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Tho Moat Intensely Interesting Drama ever offered to the Public. 

THIS EVEHIHO JANUARY 2 

AID EVERT EVKXIItO I'MTIl FURTBKE H0T10I. HIS. FOSTER'S ORIAT DRAMA. 



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Saronm.M'n ITeellfUi Bi.een Oge." 



Tsj4» RaIiIIm R*atdnc Irlikmn 

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Tlio HAymAlLora' Hun 

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A GRAND MATINEE. 

At.at.laM*>!. i* -til ears* of U« II •.-*•*» Half I* ric-- 

■ K PREPARi 

HOTTOH BT NOZR. 



FIROLOO-ITE. 



WALTER WIXUARTD. a Banker'* ( 
Jlaj Johnson, a Pmnk.rJ 

I'trr <i| DfOBiD 

•* t k-ebwd 1 r< eland, •> Banker 



. .Jaidia 11. Birdie 

Hurry Col ton 

J. H. McC.be 



Gilbert Fira.wonh. the OSkthier... 

Sheriff 

Officers, etc., by tbe 



...MP- E. T. STETSON 

John Wooderd 

,.... John M* K uiro 

Company. 



WALTER WtLMARTD 

J In Johnson 

Carrol Denmex* 

:mpklD 

Hire d PntupklQ , 

Sir hi? hard Fr if land 

Adnlphn* Darling 

Doctor Pelbim 

flbrrtff 

Fir-l Farmer 



THE DRAMA. 



..Jam.-s If. Herdle 

Waltor OoltOU 

J. H. Vinson 

Willi-! Simo-B 

J. H. McCebo 

. . Georg* Hinckley 

Orvllle Wilson 

John M*.imlr* 

J. B. Walter* 



I Second farmer 
Flrtt Officer 
Second Officer 

I Carrie 
Jenny 
Fanov 

I Aim. B'lijTar 

Peg, the old Witcb. 
| Mrs. F-iro-worth 



.MR. E. T. STETSON 

Fred William. 

3. R. Bernard 

W. Fit7j»tnea 

....Ulu Fenny Tounn 

Mist Mftftttle Moore 

Miit mule Sonle 

Mr*. Frenk Itee 

Fenny 11 inks 

MlM Ade DeevM 



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fiiNar flA«t-rt-la*BBi 



GRAND TRIAL DANCE! 

■ i Bree 

H.ggi* KniRbt in H«r 6raat Specialties 



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Tho Olympic Oomaa 

n lumu ..< tnwi» mmTAoiiA 

Joa.pk.a Or.nK.bl.MOB Chi I. M.tfc.wl 

Or.ri.r* — *t I^o'.locfc, ' 't ^aakBa 

TERRIFIC SPHERICAL ASCENSION 

lit...) MT.KNIl: (IRRRETTA. 

DER DEUTSCHE FLEISCHER U»D SEIrft LEIBSCHEK 

OARBIEARMSIRO.no ..«■'■ H. LAHKI N . 

Orlilni.1 »!••) €l.« < '"'• M.llirw. 

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Uni'imi fort ul»l«« LoilelnKA 



Mai K*llr ; jri^n>FBMi^ ; IUrrTTho^^^ 

10 BIIIUTES WITH THE OflV^tlM^i^mWt 

Toooocladewitb tb* Oread Ballet PaBtom.ini ->ntnl»d 

L*H0MU_ SAVVAwB ; 

THE WILD MAN OF THE WOODS 



Ooant Aafcrt... 

BIaixi (hi* (Aiililot follow*.-). 
BarbaroDM* (tb* Wild Mao). 

Fairy Qo**o 

Tb* Bear... 



-DUBIXO TBIt V1MX 



...Edwin Moetiv — 

Loo McCertbj 

l.«(-n HamweU* 

M-n. Z *l 

J. R. Tejrlox 



(STThe Piano need In tule Theatre Is from Sherman At Hyde's, corner Kearny and Batter ntreets. 

Brest Circle emd Orekcetra »1 MlOallery **S « 

l*tir'i*iri Go | »?-!<OMtri charpe lor Reierred Spat". 

AWT Oars will leave tbe Theatre for the Mlttloo and North Beach every night at the close of the performance 



B3AND 33AJCT-.ET D'A.CTIO xr - 



Arrunwl hf MISS OAKHiH UIIAI1IA.V. 

Aalllla. t'T lb. t^ldlW Of lb. Corp. <l- lun.l. M«dam~ ,„„ 

Oirrouoo. May L«n»r. M.«u.o lirow.r. Mlnol. ri , 

moii. Ml" Jitioklnaaad O^rl. Arm.vroD,-. 

Ooncludlnir -wltli I. Ornnrt T 



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Creat Novelties in Prep- jra tion 




FRENCH 




pt'STOMKRS ARK NOT ALLOWED TO 
oTYL'i?.U' , ^R'FVd^i? 8 , . a0 " * "" BE8f 

LINCtSTER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 

d *9] Opp. M ngwlre'a Op-rn Ifonae. [Im 




FURNITURE^IVEN AWAY 

HAV1N0 DETKRM1NKD TO. 
oloae out our Retail bto-r* and 
ootafine oarselveA to MA1SUFA0- 
TORING EXCLUSIVELY, we will 
•ell onrlmmeaae and flneetosk of 

Furniture and Bedding 

At «."» per Cent Lu»« rlmn t'o.i! 

Now is Your Time for Bargains 

■fAT-Fire yeara* Lease and Fixtures for sale. 
TV. O. WKIB , 
Xo. OSS Mnrket Street, 
delt tjal Next to Swain'* Rewtnnrant. 




GREATEST NOV- 
elty of the a«e. now on 
exhibition at tOB 
Montgomery street.— 
WEKD'S PATENT 
OARPETSW'KKPEK, 
Broom and Do«t. pan 
combined: * child can 
sweep a large parlor 
oaroet lo thiee min- 
atea wlthont ratting 
any du«f.. Call and ex- 
amine them : cheaper 
then brooms »t. tWo 
cu. spieo*. DORSRY 
JkL0WKRY.No.ao8 
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t3K.ATING 

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aw 

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(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,)! 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

iit-1 Cor. Poet nnd Htnckton Ita. [1m 





SUPERIOR TABLE CUTLERY. AND EXTRA 
QuAhly of Silver- Plated Spoons and Fork-, at. 
HAYNKIS A LAWTON'S, Market etrevf., under 
tbe Gransl Hotel. de38 iw 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND- A SPLENDID As- 
sortment; also. Silverware and Spec- 
taolee. hellion at 3D per cent. leir. thnn 

any other house. Cell before nurcb.ar.iMif 

ulsewbere. E»ers article is warranted. Waicbes 
cleaned and repaired. e"d warranted fur two years, 
R t tbe lowest Mm-. Call at II. M. LKWtK'F., €l.lA 
CLAY STREET, tiret Jewul.f Store below Kearny 
street, EsUbliabed lo 1B48. dej Im 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES 1ND GENTLEMEff, 



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No. 580 PnclOc street. 

HE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES- 

Ublishment of the kind, either io Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartment*. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in tbe same 
building for private da! lent*. ^^ 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



BOOTS I 
BOOT8 ! 



SHOES I 
SHOES! 



QUINCY, H iA LL 



Clothinc ^ 

64*7 tuid 540 Wn« 



mporinm, 

Ainiti'-n street. 



fll IMU. 

Great Reductio- A ~ { p rice8 f or the 



SUITS OF A I 
made of theb- 



jlidays! 

,L DBhCKIPTlONSi* 
IT .m'.'UI" iX~ n ~ *et mat«ri*]s and fitted 
as if made to o p(iopi „ DK , DK 

m sir 

vf,?,!!,'. 1 ' Vait*' SUING G'JOD*S. Hoaiery, - 

i. Th- Iowa *•"• TravfbDK Satoh«lF. etc. on sale 

w» J2n? x prices, aarcall And be convinced. 

P. F. MOH ' -HA|lDT> [de4lml T. O. BH.TT. 



W_ ,f JHN E. LTTMSDEN, 
jJX bBraAXn AND KETAIL 
«# aV TCHEHS. and dealers in 
£*.?*', 1* JJcncan iiioalB, etall No. » 
.™' CENTAL MARKET (HutUr 



Btrrr 

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•Id*-). 

Ordfreeolirltert and prnmptiv flUed. 'Joode 
rered (roe to all parte of tUe city. nol7 ml 



FOR THIRTY DAY- ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL TH"M- 
selves of ibisoppri'tnoij-, and purchase their 
stock of BUOT& and bliOES for the rainy eeesoo. 
At Kls' ^ 
LADIES* WEAR. Nolan's whe fw 

Frenoh Kid Button Boots ft ' n *"/ o-i 

French Kid bcollop-top Boots '-i fo> 4 10 

French Kox Button Boot-i, only... : M 4 JW 

French Calf DresB Boot*}, high cat 'l !A 3 mi 

Heavy Kid Boots for Winter wear It 30 t si) 

Kid Fox Scollop Vmdp Balmorals 1 15 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 T,<» 



MMK. CARTER. CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John atre-tt, one 
door from Powell, bet. Pacific and 
Mason, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and van be consulted 
on Lawsuits and tbe various rela- 
tions of life. The Madame can be 
consulted by letter or lock of hair. 




Kid Fox Double Sole Halmoraln 1 fS 

Extra High Out Calf Boots, only 2 I'n 

English Lastinc Gaiters, Donblv Solo 1 25 
Kid Slipnar-J, $1 ; f inn French Kid. .. . 150 

MiBBes' Kid Button lioMn 2 5» 

Missen' IVble r-nlu Kid Fox Balmorals 1 V> 

Mies-V Doubla Sole Calf Shoes 1 ftfl 

Oliildren'n FtnoOalf hbooe. only i SB 

Obildren'B Best Double Button Boots. 1 75 
Children's Mowed Top Pebble Goal. I J5 
Children's Oopuf<r-Toe, "'n\; Screwed 

0«ir 1 110 , 

Infants' Shoo-, I So , 2S3., Mo, and 75 

Uonta' Fremli Caif Hand-Sawed Cus- 
tom-made Boots Ii IK) 

Gents' French Screwed Boots ... f> (W 

Gents' Tan Soln .Scruwtid Boots :> UO 

Gents' 0»lf Pogged Boo^, only 8 60 

Gente' Kip Bon-.-s, Si, *2 Ml and a Oil 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots 3 53 

Cents' Congtofls Caiters, $1 and $1 60; 

Sewed 2 00 3 (W 

Gents' Rubber Boots, only... i 00 8 BO 

Gents' French Screwed (.niters 3 SO 5 00 

Gnnts'Broganp, 31 25, tl Ml; screwed. '-'HO 1 <i>i 

GeufV Screwed Oxford Ties 2 UU 3 00 

Boys' screwed tihoes, f 1 50 ; Oxf 'd Ties 1 75 2 50 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No*. 11 nnd S3 Third street. 

oorDorj't. foiK'-t the place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street, Nucleus Building. de28 tf 



THOMAS FISHEB HULBERT, 

AXTORPfBJY AT L. A W 

(Avocut FriinctAls.) 
No. OSO Woahlnvton Sti-eet. Room 17, 

sp38 (Bet. Montgomery and Kearny). 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda Connty 

AND REAL ESTATE ABENT, 

CEABOHEK OF BEOORDB AND OONVE¥- 
'-* unoor.— Offloo In Smith', n.w H.ll. Sun Lwui- 
ro. dirootly pppo.ile tli. Clonrt Home. 
FAKM3 anil IIOMKSTKA US for Ml. and/o l.t 
rr.nous D.rta of Alinnod;. .'oant.y. apiiPlm 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOOKTED PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLE S . 
Eia. GoU-nronnt.4 EVE OLABBBS. Sick Purl 
.o J Gilt OPERA GLA8SKS, r.ullad at .kolatal. 
Jrio... r.n r o« from tlO »J1»V»U. C°»<1 '''»"' 
Optra Glaasaa eold fro. f-\ ffc. rl w. 

C. HVLLEE, OKtlclon, 




F. PYAT'S 



HAIR 



STORE. 
48* Kearny street. 



THEATH*: ROTISSERIE. 

ttaU lluiHtnt St., one door aowth off Baah. 

E. MAKCHAND LATE OF THJ> 

"Rotlsserie Restasrant" of the Union 

Club Proprietor. — The Tables proid 

ded with a/i tbe Delicacies of the season. 

sarOVSTERS IN EVERY 5'- T YLK ynSaal 



IH'OXTHiTlD ! 

rjURlNG LAST WEBK. A PLAOE WHERE 
•*-' all Drinks are 10c. and of the best quality; 
also, tbe plaoe to get the best Hot Scotch Poach, 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drinks, 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

ATTHE.... 

u bov s o so -J* «z? -rac," 

IS MORTON STREET (near Kearny). 
del3tf F£K,».1XANN A HR1GGS. 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REOARD TO . •. 
all the Affairs of Iff* be sure and consul' .'l^ 
PROFESSOR DAHM, the most popular of «^ 
Astrologers, at No. 0*1 California street, above 
Kearny. o3 tf 



ALBERT MOROANSTBRN 

Fa»btonsWe Hair_Dre»ein£ 



■ . ,, .. n iV, oit«Pt Bandar, Of 
jp_ BOaARDUS 

— AJ — 

InttMt 8t. and 5*5 Waihlnjion 8 

lieiow Mont«om»n BUok 



TUESDAY JAKUABY 2, 18T2 

The celebrated and rery clever Dr. Aber- 
nothy, of LoDdon, ooce opened bis mind to 
an American who seugbt bis advice in bis 
■uffsriuge from dyspepsia. "1'Jl bo bang d,'' 
said be, "if I evor saw a Yankee tlut didn't 
bolt bis food whole, like a boa constrictor. 
How the dovil do you expect to digoal food 
thai y»u never take the trouble to disBect 
nor the time to masticate. It's no wonder 
you lode your teeth and your digestion, for 
you overload it, nor your saliva, for you ex- 
pend it on the carpet instead of your food. 
It's disgusting; it's boastly. You Yankees 
load your stomachs as a Devonshire man 
does bis cart, as full as it can hold, and as 
fast as be cau pitch it in with a dung fork, 
and then drive off ; and then you complain 
that such a load of compoBt is teo heavy for 
70a. Dyspepsia, eh? Internal guzzling, 
you mean. I'll toil you what, take half the 
time to eat, tlut you do to drawl out your 
words, chew your food half as much as you 
do your filthy tobacco, and you'll be well in 
a month. 

Leap Tear. 

Neglected maidin* of uncertain age, cheer 
up. Screw your courage up to the sticking 
point, make judicious selection from tbe nu- 
merous uuprcectcd masculines who are drift- 
ing about without tbe rudder of duty or an- 
chor of hope, and go for them. Leap year is 
within a fe w day's march now; remember 
tnat it tB tho~ early bird that catches the 
worm, and start in with the first of the year. 
Marriageable widows don't need advice; 
they know bow it 1b themselves, and are 
severally better acquainted with a man's na- 
ture and disposition than he is himself. 
Woman's greatest study is man, and it 
doesn't tike them a thousand years to learn. 
Their nice and cultivated habits of observa- 
vation give them full and due appreciation 
of the eternal fitness of things, consequent- 
ly admonitions are useless and suggestions 
■superfluous. 

What dress is most durable?— A habit. 



rUtlBff <he L*«»r B. CP , Not np In Shoving. 



jl.uo in.-' Visit ins- Cardsi 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwyeb, fashionable card writer, 60S 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Thever? nneBt Photographs to be bad only 
at Belleck & Fibhbb's, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. 1 

Gents' ^uriii-iiiMwr Goods. 

All persons la want of Furnishing Good ahou'd 
aiulre a noto thnt at Si-:gut.n it GhaiiLEBOIS'S, 7U6 
and 708 Montgomery Btreot, can bs found the 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods m that 
tine in the city. Star shirts or toe nest quality 
for $1 00; -floolen overthirtt*. drawers, under- 
shirts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at p-ices below 
tbe 10 wvHt In the city. 708 and 708 Montgomery 
street* one door from Washington, east side, r 

Hake Yourself at Home, 

You can mtke yourself perfectly at home, in 
'The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorhyo, whom 
everrono in the Thaatrloal Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, ut 720 Market street, nearly op 
posit* Third. A cosy placu for Winter nights. 
Pool and billiards. Olam chowder all night, e 

Necklaces. Brooches, Eamags. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card C'oflos, eta , of that Floe Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. Yoa will tind a large 
■took of i' ut. A. Hij-suhm&Q'B Jewelry EstorO, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter ond Post. o 

ElnmivuimthK Couich uiui Crimp Syrup 

Affords speedy relief from Colds, Coughs and 
Oroup. It iy tbe b»st remedv to koep on band for 
sodden attacks of Uroup. Pre d are d by Koriok i 

Tjffl, U'.niui.-utti.c l'u,.rmmy, "i3l Sutiur Btreei, 
Han Francisco. s 

For Washing 

Shirts, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, Mo, per 
doz At the What Oncer Laundry. • 

Oyster Trude. 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emorson Carville, of the 
£ ...idle Bock, 410 Pine street, farulshes from 
his own oyster bf ds at Son Bruno millions of 
oycers to all parts of the Pftclilc Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oystera have a fame whicn 
has extended all over tho continent, and the 
" Saddle Bock" Is known everywhere. q 

A Ploasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and lnspoot the uue suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe building Is a verv Hue one and lb wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club Hoaae SnnsageH. 

A well-made riohly seasoned sausage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none bnt Bunker's 
Olub House sausages at 74 and TS California 
Market. r 



Dr. Doarae'i Electric Hatha, 

Established in 1352, now conducted by Dr. Mc- 
Sparreii, are recommended by all physicians ae the 



JViaico Your Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful framos. W. A. Kolutyeh, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
makflr, 640 Washington street, Just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form/the dullest looking room into a bright, 
cheerful hudolr. a 

■Under tho Occidental Hotel, 
112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & Randolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
■Silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qual- 
i ty, and at the lowest prior u. z 



Washing; Returned In One Say 

And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Liundry. _ 

To the Unfbrtuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, oorner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in ism, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
- ochorge unless "ie effects a oure * 



Sllaapproprli 

We have a new Solicitor General —a learn- 
ed and able man, butwho, uolookUy has tbe 
gift of always misappropriating the letter H. 
Here is an anecdote of him which I heard a 
few evenings ago. Ho was lately engaged in 
gome parliamentary inquiry about the po*si- 
siule danger arleiug to the pnblio rrom tbe 
manufacture of tho aniline dye. A French 
ohemist engaged in tbe tiMnufaoture was be- 
ing examined through an interpreter. One 
lawyer asked whether it was not tho prac- 
tice or the witness to mix together various 
noxious and discuBting aubsiances which be 
named one by one. The answer was in the 
affirmative. "You take these things and 
mix them together?" "Yes, certainly," the 
witueds ropliOB, through the interpreter. 
"And then," asks the lawyer, "you cat 
them?"— with the objeot of showing that a 
noxious steam is thereby generated, for wbcu 
ho says "you 'eat them," he simply means 
you heat them." The interpreter is puzzled 
and begs the learned gentleman to repeat tho 
question. Learned gentleman repeats in ra- 
ther irritated tone: "And then you 'eat 
them." "JCt done," translates the interpre- 
ter, "t'ous lea mangez." "Oh, mon Dieu," 
screams the witness, in horrified protest 
againBt the hideous idea thus suggested. 
Everybody laughs but the learned question- 
er, who grows angry and reddens. Tableau ; 
and explanation. This sort of thing is ra- 
ther awkward sometimes in English assem- 
blies. There is a well known Disflonting 
member of tbe House of Commons, who can 
never manage hie "H," and is much laughed 
at in consequence. Once, when speaking on 
some question wbioh affected general codes 
and morals, he r used his well-meaning but 
unmusical voice in favor of merciful laws. 
" We ought," be pleaded, "to have some com- 
passion for hour herring bretben." The 
House began to laugh. "Hi don't know 
why gentlemen should laugh when Hi speak 
of hour herring bretben!" Renewed laugh- 
ter, and some irreverent members cried 
"Oh! Ob!" The orator waxed indignant. 
•■Gentlemen may say 'Ho! Ho!'" be began 
to remonstrate, but bis speech was drowned 
in a torrent of laughter. The Bame member 
once brought a bill, i. o. , proposed a meas- 
ure to do something ©r other. Every meas- 
ure is indorsed by at least two members. 
Our friend was asked by the Speaker: "Who 
introduced the bill?" He answered amid 
shrieks of the House, "Hi hand the Honor- 
able Halgernon Hegerton," meaning, it may 
be necessary to explain, "I and the Hon. 
Algernon Egerton. " — London Correspond- 
ence N. Y. Mail. 

The Scribbling; Mosquitoes. 

A Frenoh lady who has been traveling in 
this country writes that in America "there 
are two kinds of mosquitoes; that which 
prevents you from sleeping at night, la hete 
enjine, and that which troubles your repose 
at all hours, day as well as night. This last 
mosquito is the reporter. To my mind, and 
I mean no offence to the liberty of the preaa, 
the second is infinitely mora disagreeable 
than tbe first" 

How many men there are who think they 
are making themselves exceedingly popular 
when they aro only making themselves ri- 
diculous. 



Traits in lamilics are inherited, and a 
flirting mother will have flirting daughters, 
and selfish fathers have selfish and hard- 
hearted sons. 

The last remark made by a man while sep- 
arating under tbe influence of Litro-glyce- 
riue was: "Let me collect myself." 



Better be understood by ten than ad- 
mired by ten thousand. 

The great unknown— People who never 
advertise. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive sea&oo, a dozen of Squarzi's ex- 
quisitely flavored puaoberi form a most appropriate 
present, Tbe ogg cog punch saves a groat deal of 
trouble, and is compounded witb great skill. His 
famous symposium is at '2u Liedf>6dorff, aod is pre- 
sided over by A. bona, his worthy a accessor, tj 

The ^fewest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
o the post-office, id acent for all tbe chief 
American and English mogazlnes and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers Immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 

-■•■ 

Ward's Celebrated Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levine. 



A fireman in Troy went inlo a barber 
Bbop te get shaved, and, finding the baiber 
out, he concluded to have a little fun be- 
fore his return. So he took off bis coat, 
put on a thinner one, and quietly waited 
for a customor. An old goutleman came 
in soou. "Haveasbavc, air?" naidourim- 
promptu barber. The old gentleman took a 
ohair, and our artist began to lather, ex- 
porting every moment the barber pould ap- 
pear. Three minutes passed and no barber. 
Pivo minutep, no barber. Now the gen- 
tloman felt pretty well lathered. Five min- 
utes more, no barber. The old gentleman's 
face fast diHapp^aring In a small sea of white 
foam. Fivo more, still no barber. The 
fireman is gottirg desperate and conceives a 
bright idea. Putting up his brush, be 
quickly obanges his coat again, takes his 
hat, and is about to quietly slip out behind 
the gentleman's back, when lie turns round 
and exclaimB: ''Hero eir.ain't yon going to 
shave me?" "No, sir!" promptly replies our 
sloping friend, "the fact h", we only lather 
hero, sir; they shave four doors below." 



As *Tirastoia to If... 

The Alameda Eucinal is responsible for 
tho following: 

Last Monday evening a trio— a limb of tbe 
law, a man of physic, and scion of ye birch, 
sat side by side in tbe Methodist Church, in 
this place, engaged in a somewhat mixed dia- 
oussion of practice, malpractice, and prac- 
tice in general, pausing ever and anon, in 
the flow of eloquence or logic to catcli tbe 
spirit of the juvenile performance. The di- 
alogue between Naomi and Buth had been 
announced and the prayerful entreaty of 
Ruth had arrested the attention of the tbree. 
"Where thou goest, I will go. Thy people 
shall be my people, and thy God my God.* 
"How beautiful!" murmured the man of law 
rolling his eyes hysterically, "one of the 
charming inspirations of poor Mrs. He- 
mans." "Mrs Hemansl" returned the as- 
tonished disciple of EsculapiuB, "great Heav- 
en! one of Bryant's choicest gems." There 
was a momentary pause, a hurried explana- 
tion, an undignified snicker, and the trio 
shortly after departed in solemn procession, 
wiser though not Badder men. 



Think It Might. 

Tho Sacramento Bee saya : 

Yesterday, in one of the justices courts, a 
row occurred botween two clients in a petty 
case, and for a couple of minutes they had 
it rough and tumble in the presence of the 
Judge. At the conclusion of the unpleas- 
antness he declared that a repetition of tbe 
offense would subjeot tbo parties to a fine 
foroontempt ! That is good. 



Preferred creditors— Those that don't dun, 



Home from Europe. 

Julian Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, bo widely and favorably known 
lu San Francisoo, bos returned from an extended 
tour on tho continent of Europe, where be Visited 
the most famous hoBpilala ia the world, and may 
he consulted at his office, 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, West side, over tbe Drug 
store. a 



To ViaiTOBS Ann STUAxaEas.— Go to 638 Mar- 
ket stroBt for tho best Bembrandt Pnotographs 
at $1 SO per dozen. s 

Tho PTew Bemedy. 

For restoring the bairand cleansing thesoalpr 
use Kiokead's Boge-bruah hair tonio and euro fo 
baldceFe. It will check tbo hair from falling out 
To be had of Lhe agent, J*s. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that JU. M. Kinkead, Elko i\cv.. is 
ou each wrappor. £ 

Best ami Cbeupest 

Cloaks and shawls in this city, are to be had 
at Snlivan, Fratlnger & Co., 11 Montgomery 
etreet. so 



Tno Styllsll fcia/c Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street is called " The'* Hat Siobe 
Is because, for tbe style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, It Btands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Store, 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. e 



Deposit your Money, 

With tho Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from? to 9 o'clock.T 

Levor Bucitio Suspenders* 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. i 

For the very bestphographs go to Bradley & 
Bnlofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. » 

Why Abe Bbowh's Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
oause they are Nature's great restorers. I 

» ■■■- 

PCew Tork Store. 

Cheap and nne jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
SAirpaos & Co's. Now tork Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

Trie Best Cigars and TobaCco 
Sold at lowest rates by Heuck, No. 233 Kear- 
ny street, South of Bush. s 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. No. 7 Geary 

street, corner Kearny. ■ rj 

New Tork Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stoctton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods dally from New York 
auctions very cheap, Bememoer the number.* 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will dostroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great succoss has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
tnd other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Tate ouly Horton'a. See that the name 
of Hug 4r Schmidt, 535 Commercial st„ is on She 
wrapper. Httq & SouurnT, Successors to P. I, 
Bellly, Agents. s 
» 

But mo Sewtno Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Sdplee, Agent, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. e 

Rents Collected 

* By the Heal Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. b 



Best Quality or Doeskin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls- frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored In a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gadehy, 585 Market, near Second. u 

Artificial XjIuios, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, San 
Francisco. ' z 



San Francisco Stall.— Nob, 60 and 61 Call- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place in the city. rj 

Rhenmatlsm, Neuralgia, Colda 

And all oimilar inflictions Bpoedily and surely 
Oored at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths, 10 PoBt 
street, Masouio Temple. q 

A. Suitable Holiday Present 

For a lady is 100 Fashionable ViBiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by John 
P. Dwteb, t07 Montgomery Btreet, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 



Watches. 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for Bale In this city Is 
offered by J. W. Tuckeh & Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst, Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, etc., all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest prices. 



TWO PICTVKE9. 

An old fsrm-houBs, with meadows wide. 
And awoct witb etorsr on each eid»; 
A brigbt-ejdl B»y, who looks from out 
Tu« door witb woodbine twined about, 
And M'ishui with one thougbt all <l «;. 

"uo : if I oou|d but ill- away 
From tbis dull spot ths world to see, 

How htppy, happy, happy, 
Hew happy I sboal.i be!" 

Amid tbe oiti's constant din, 
A man. who roucd the world hta d«bp. 
Who, mid tbe tumult and the throng. 
Is thinking, thinking all d*y loog; 

"Oh! could I only trace onoe more 
The Hold-path to tbe farm-house door, 

Tus eld groen meadow could I -o«, 
How happy, bappy, happy, 

How hspny I should b-!" 

Strenfter, ?st«>i>: 

Go to Mr. Reuboid, ::16 Bwh s:reet, If yon 
waht boots mada in stylo a< d of the bcut mate- 
rial, his a well knowu fict ibat boots made to 
order, are th' cbe&pent lu iha mil, a 



For a UBeful Holiday Present, go to P. Donlas 
it C0"e, 131 Ke+rny Btreet. They have the Quest 
assortn-ont of silver-) Uted Tea S.-ts, Captors, 
Cake Badkets.Sp, Spoon*, FoHtt, knives e'.c , 
etc. , to be found in the city, All the lest 
doudte plate on white metal, a 



Latest New York Styles. 

Everything depends upon the Btyle In which 
a garment U made and fitted. Ladies can be 
sure of procuring "the style," in dresses or 
clouks, by applying to Mian H. D. MyerB, lately 
from New Yorx, at 129 Post st. near Kearny, dh 

It "Sou Want 

Lace Curtains washed and done up like new 
go to Mme. FLEoniEu, 659 Market street, bet. 
New Montgomt-ry and Third. AH kinds of lace 
work done at moderate prices. o 

E>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7M, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California st., ond examines 
patients phrenologicalty as to health. Q 

European Music. 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, bnstB, etc., etc., at 
Schubtrlh's music store. 613 Clay street. Agents 
for the Steck Pianos. i 

Sine* the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cus 
omers. Call and see them. 327 and 329 But-h 
street. BH 

It Is Portcciij* Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly thpy do washing 
at the What Chef-r Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening If de- 
sired. x 

Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George HaaB & 
Go's, No, 20 Kf-arny street. He haB the nneBt 
supply in the city. K 

* 

£r You "Want 

Your Blankots and Flannels well washed, and 
not Bpolied, send them to the What Cheer Laun- 
toy. • 



IVew Bangre, 

Lewis & Pander So. 32 Geary street, above 
K'oarny, are tbe sole agents for the Richmond 
Improved Bange. For cheapness and utility it 
has no superior. / a 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TRENCH CORSETS. 

MMB. PON?, IMPORTER AND DE1LER IN 
Paridiiro Lidiea' Underwear. FRENCH UOR- 
SET^ of all prioea aod qualities, ready mud** and 
to order. No. fl31 SAUR&ME.VTO SI'nEKT, 
below Kearny. jal 1m 



TAX COLLECTORS' SALE 



usaij EssiTja-T 



DELINQUENT TAXES, 

WILL BE RESUMED ON TUESDAY, JAN- 
" uary2, 1372, afclO o'ohek a.m. Commencing 
with Volume 15, Western Additiou Block No. 4%, 
will sell Vole. 15, 16. and 17, wbicb will carry the 
Bale to Holliday Map "A." 
ja 1 2t A. AUSTIN. Tar Collector. 



INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE ASSESSMENT WHICn WAS 
levied by this Compuiiy to provide for 
losse* Incurred by tbe OR EAT CHI- 
CAGO FIRE, hoi now been paid In fall. 

FOUR UI'XDBKU AND FIFTY 
THOUSAND DOLLARS hove been re- 
mitted for tettlcment of Chicago Iobmcm, 
which have been adjusted promptly and 
paid DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. 

It Is the policy of thla Company to 
meet all of 1U obligations HONORA- 
BLT, and. It solicit* the patronage of 
the public who desire to Insure where 
they enn obtain SOLID SECI'KITY :mrt 
FAIR DEALING. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICE; 

416 and 418 California street. 

©USTATE TOUCHARD President 

N. G. KITTLE Vice President 

CHARLES D. HAVEN Secretary 

jal 1m 

DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

piVE PEE CENT. MORE WILL BE ADDED 
00 all Personal Property Taxes remaining un- 
paid on and after January let, 1671 ■ 
deft td A. AUSTIN. Tax Oolleotor. 



*\W» BRYANT &. STRATTON .-.ti 

BUSINESSCOLLIW 



2 4- POST ST^ 
^SAN FRANCISCOf 



HE LARGEST AND TDK B? fc T ǣ"*.?ȣ 
m. (JOLLEUK .n ibe Oa.t. " Ijth ..»«a and 
oonhly for Bu.ire... P.r.on. of I Joih I •xaa and 
of \lf\ge. admltcert. Pr.p.ralonr Depnrtmentt 
lor I boa" noi B .oil for »»"g,&„,'"™ 

SEoXgJ- 'catalogue, a.otb, .ddr™..»^ 




CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT 



NOS. *llO, «1«AND -14M0NT- 
Bomery street, noar Mercbnnt.— 
^dii "' sf.lr.oa connected v .th the FU>|. 



(omery street, noar M ere bar,,.— 
i' saloon connected v .lb the FLoi- 

irant ' 13111 of Fare, 



Ice Creum or foffef FRFE 
nu.V tirrwn £|>ei.illi.tE tt£c> 

Soap, with Finn or KroaaW --Ifto 

Tw» Ufftf*.'. 1(it " 

Three F.RgB *"« 

omens or Salmon, with Goflee.... lAc 

Stent!* or Obopa, with Tea or Go»ee...lao 

dirimn iswak, do Wfl 

!• rt,f :. n>nt«ira, R* w or otewed I5o 

Bottle of White Wine...... lOo 

Bottle of Glaxet Wine o/ Beer 150 

Pies, Pcd.'.ing or Oako... ............... bo 

Oat Mod. Mnah er Uraoked Wheat.... &o 

Goff^e, Tea, Ghouolate, or a Glata of 

Whiteor I'iaret Wine So 

del-t* JOHN BHOAN. Proprieto 



to 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF ! MONSTER SEA LIONS I I 

APPETIZING BEEAKFASI3, LUNCHES, [ 
DINNERS AND ETJPPEKS. 

UKIVO XOTJK TVIFE! 

11 II JXO Tdl'R r.lJlIU! 

1111IXO lol'K l.AI» I'BlliHlS: 

And enjoy a view of the FINKST OCEAN PANO r 
RAMA IS THE WOR..D, all in sight of 
tbe wtrld-renowned 

Golden. CS-ate, 

With a fleet of wbite-wioged meeBeDgere enteriDg 
from every part of tbe commercial world. 

ttsr New Line Buseee, connecting with Btreet 
Care at. Lone Mountain every IS uiinutee hereafter 
for tbe Cliff Houte. Far.25uente. 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

f Terrapin constantly on hand. 
Oysters in every etjle. PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOB PARTIEa. 
mbSl lm 



TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Pine Street ( above MontBoniery. 

Terrapin Stews 

WF.BXESD.1V8 and FJ11DA1S 
FaniilioH and Parties BnppHed to order, no!5 , 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS 
an.idll kindflof SHELL r'lSH.,1 
StallaNoa. *0, 41, 48, Oalifornid* . 
Market, entrance on California etreet. **— ' ^SB* ^ 

Pnblio or private parties and famillei supplied 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P. st. Ladies' and Oontlernen'i 
Oyster Room open from 6 a.m. to 12 P.M. del32w 



SODA AND SELTZER WATER! 




713 llrouiU. ay. 

PRICES 
REDUCED 

The Steam Soda 
Wor ■ b hnvc re- 
Inced the prlee 
iota $1 5Ck to 

50c. per Doz. 




AMEROCAN & CO'S 

COMBINATION OP 



{eUNDURANCO 



— THE — 

&BSATBST BLaOD_PURIFIj3R KNOWN 

EXnORSKI> By VIC'E-'PAESIDENT 
C'oltux inifl Hon. Oeorj,'o C. Gorhom, A spe- 

' lllcciin>rnri'AN T ('i;il, SCIiiH-'ir I, A, SYPHILIS, 
];iII-:i^I\T!S.M (1 T,.j NKl'KALOIA. UL0ERA- 

iriw.sKix diskasks. ,m,. itu-o, $i oo per 

bottle. S"H livflll ]^^^iL■i^th;. 

KEWNGTON, I10STETTER & 00., 

Agents, Sau F/aactEOO, 




KT©T7«r Seeds 



JUST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NEW 
Alfalfa Glover Seed, Hy»oioth Gh.sa.-p, Dutch 
Bulbs, etc. Always on band, a fine assortment of 
SEEDS, BULBS. PLANTS, ©to. California 
Tree Sceda; also, SEEDS OF PALMS, Adi- 
u-aliau Gum XrecK.Fruit Trees, at the OLD 
STAND. at»~Soad for a Catalogue. 

K. M. MOORE, 
Impnrtnr of Seeds, Bulbs, Plant«, etc., 
ocl^lJm -125 Washington st., San FraBoiBoo. _' 




STAPLET0J, HATTER, 

de25] IS* KEABM' STREET. [lm 



AM AS BON-BONS! 
SANTA CEAXTS' HEADQDABTEB8. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES, TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every-variety il ; i oda in their line, 
nevr and fresh, fnr nale obe«p ; l 

CABTTY «fc WAOXEBS, 
del2 107 MontRomer^Istreet, near Sutter. 



D. MENDES'S RED LION 
ALOUW, !il9 Commercial ^t., 
bet. Battery and Front, where he 
will serve a HOT LUNOH be- 
tween the boars of 11 and 1 p.m. ; 
. tlso the chaloeet Wines and Liq- 
uors. Bnjrit.-ih Alt and Porter always on draaght. 
Von nill always fiad him there to attend. de28 



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T* ««mm1«4* with io« Laaa-a*bL« Sketch of 

The Demon of the Woods I 



Tvruty-tfTr Oemta 

oam»nc»»t 3. 



■ .liiwin- Burcnii Schoolboi - . 



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age chAnce*. Knihin. Emperor of j from the viM-nce of ih* malii'uds : pathetically a»k» pnin - 



by a frrsk of forlan*, r*i irti lb* lion of the Emperor, "bo ii po»*ri»»« "> aev»>. althoojro wall 
-**i* tb* b*»3 tbtt woirta oroir*." cob- I A<qaAiBt«4 *itb Jim Fi»k, Jay Gould. Jade* Sawjer, r»«n»tor 
liiefBeo for next to notbiof Bat the I Sargent, and otbor influential (t»ntl*m»o. Wh*n d*«pii'in* of 
that bo it en American Bid no Chinese, I succor in snrilxpf, an avanii" of escape Ii epeoed by th* cni»f 
koPOtotOT* kept secret from tks commas b*rd. a rebellion braek* | pvMBtnter, «nd •!' three— Katparor, Priacas'. And M»o latin, 
n«t *sd ib« liaperor'a crown end bead ar» botb Id iIaoit i fl^diy »*aii tbatnif Ivaa of »n •ncra-ernMnl with Macguire a or- 
fmoa the wrath of the lovtr order*. Fa-an-pun tor*, a h*eutl- I ijid*' .Tap to return to tbsir Dative land. 
fal Prlaoees, uj lia-ki-ka-ko. s MADdtria, aI»o at* ib dAB«cr I 

FF-XMIAIf, F-iaootor of Chfei. willioit to rotarn to the himbli w»lk» of life, ret anxiooA to crash th" r*b*HEon "prl 

ib* !)»• Cit; Obartar: lurmii do »trnp*tbj witb Twxd or *nr ctb»r man KOHIN Iv KI.I.V 

KI-KIKA-KO. « dm«M Mac.UHd. a plpaunt fallow, foad ol Pictorial Papers 8. H. llOLDsWOKTrt 

K' > K 1 'Kl CO. Capulo ol F*n-i-baB'p Goaidi. a L"ompir*tor. doath oo all law ao<J o-lar W, BARK 

KO-VI-Ki-HI, anoibarof the aun* aort... G. ASHION 

K'J-r 1- HI-K ' a C.'snapirator witb a carpal bag full of uaela ■ I'oiicff Bill*. Cb»rt»r», «tc, always oo haad to Tot* on RaiI- 

ra , ] BiUa G. ASHTOS 

"at. the man who u« who struck BiJl* Patleraoo O. KKmP 

■UIW.DrK.. Conspirator, knows all those worth koowoe— a Vuowing fellow GEORfiK. BKYNuLDS 

K i * I'oDspi rater. do*a ibe oat«ida business, attends to the German vot«, etc .CUAKLHS KEYNUI D^ 

Bi»W.WOt"-KR-V. aOoo'ptrator. one of the B'hora O. H tOSTiiR 

— f . V^Ml tl -TO\, ['riDc«» in the suite of Fs-ni-baD, a nioo you ok womrn, Aoxious to escape from Obioa acl it > 

Rekoilioos to become a female hrokor in New York - JLil^O> 

_<7 jardi._OV>iofl*w_Shopke>perf._Ajtj»Dilintfi. «tc. _ _ 



The Piano n»ed f0 from tho house oi &ohior. Chase * Co.. 633 Clay street, agents for tho celebrated ChlcierlnR Piano 



\ m i i i v i>i;a> *^ 

Bi JOu TJieatre ! 

rtTaontxto it tui 
X3C>XSJ- TO»J ^k.ZSIX3 BLITZ) 

or •*.!> riuxcuco. 



iimj tnrlti will tfpaf 10 r.TtrlUArla. 

.v>n;i i.v l)i.\>. 

li/./.ii: ha it moiv, 

I \ %>.".- WF.H-.TKH, 

SALLY THAYER, 

M'LLE ESTELLE, CLARA HALL, 
ELLA MURPHY. MISS HATTIC. 

TWX 

FEMALE MINSTHELH 
Oxford Sallot Troupe, 

George Loirden, (Jus. Sprague, 

Hnghey Morton, Johnny Diamond, 
f . Evans, Ed. Forrest, M. Hayes 

THE CALIFORNIA GYMNASTS! 

THE EXUILiHlTISO 



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UCBAUKHTO. 

Mr. Jo. Proctor I.e.^e ond HASAgcr 

rilllE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDEK 
A the prOAODl oiAnaeemeot commenced on the 
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J Blreeti. Saoramonto. or to JOSEPH PROCTOR. 
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LATE ACADEMY OF MU8I0. 

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WEDNESDAY JANUaBT 3, 1872 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc 

Alhambra. Theatre. 

Kel'j snd Leon's operetta of *•S:atnraOD?'• is 
oae of the most amusing they fcsvs ptodoced. 
and the trio from "AtDla" is excellently well snag 
by Leon, Edwin Kelly atd W. Bark. Ihe Rej- 
holdi Brothers recie»e two or three encore* night- 
ly for their "Freedmans Bureau School Boye.' 
The barletqae of "Chlag Chow Hi" is acted with 
immense tpirit, acd the performacces of the 
groat Japanese troope causes great amusemnt. 
The Alhambra is scarcely large enough to bold 
tbe bocdrede who Cock there nightly. 
•Metropolitan Theatre. 

Kot to oars "seen tbe banging" »t the Metro- 
politan Theatre. i» ta be btbicd the times. It Is 
shocking bat some people enjoy being shocked. 
£. T. Steteoo is a capital actor acd he is most ably 
topDorted by another capital actor. James M. Har- 
die. ,-.nd the well iraiacd com puny of the Metro* 
polllan Theatre. "Meek and Neck** will be played 
for a few nights longer. 
California Theatre. 

"Eileen Oge." now ihe fine weather baa come is 
raoning metrily. Those who bare not yat seen 
this clsy ahoald do so. Tbey may be assured thai 
they will not regret it. Thtre is not a moment's 
drag ia tbe action, wcich is burr id on. !-)m tfcw 
moment the cartain rises nniii it falls on the hap 
py coseamatioo. 
Bella Union. 

Leon Samwella and Edwin Montague, are very 
popnlar, both in thtlrgymcaetio aote.and ia tbe 
ballet pantomime of "L* Homrae Sanvage;" Mag- 
gie Kmgbt aa tbe broken heaited milkman and 
in Irian cbareoter*. ia very good j Chris Mathews 
game great applause for bis dances: Eogenia Ger- 
retta's act on the ascending globe is a pleasing 
feature) in tbe entertainment, tnd Carrie Arm" 
strong and J. H. Larkio. Miss Josephine. Clara 
Starr. Fancy Garretson and others appear ins 
?aned programme cf sense aod dances. 

The Oxterd. 

This plsce of amusement has a particularly 
bright star in Jimmy Hall, a b.y of about twelve 
years of sge, who performs the most original aud 
grotesque "Essence ef Old Virginia" ever seen- 
He is encored again and again every night. On 
our first page may b» found the names of the 
performers, who. every evening appear to amuse 
the patrons of this popular little theatre. 

Theatre Comlqtte. 

The grand Mask Bill with the original andama- 
ttog Johnny Tatars as door-keeper, goes off with 
great eclat e*ery night. Frank Jones, Mike Qoin, 
Nellie Leonard, Rosa Vincent. Tommy Rosa- 
Jake Wallace, Harry Howard , Ida Fiak, and others 
appearing in thirteen different characters. The 
performance concludes with the screaming act 
of "The Demon of the Woods." 

Anatomical Museum. 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of al 1 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. Ine Dying Zouave is an exquisite 
piece of mechanism ; tbe De Chaillien Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands ofonrioai- 
ties too nn-nercos to mention are on exhibition 
PavLion Skating Rink. 

Assemblies at the Pavilion skating rink are 
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and FridayB. In the morn- 
ing, and Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays in 
the evening. Professor Lovett, the famous skater. 
gives an exhibition every evening. 



Not Exactly. 

The Alt* doesn't Eeem ;to be able to ex- 
actly understand bow that hanging at the 
Metropolitan Theatre is dote. It says: 

Mr. Stetson seems to run a fearful risk 
in submitting his neck to tbe noose, and 
hanging by the rope alter dropping through 
the trap— but of course he secures himself 
againss danger by having the rope draw ou 
Mb arms instead of around his neck. 

Bah! Such a fall as he has would be suf- 
ficient to draw off bis arms, or at least dis- 
locate them. That isn't the way it's done. 
The Alta man may know how it is himself 
some day, so we shan't explain this^banging. 

Prejudiced .Ian. 

A Long Island farmer has sued bis wife 
for diTorcy, because, after coming to New 
York and listening to a lecture in favor of 
free love, she insisted upon stopping every 
man who passed the house and inviting him 
to have a talk. 



Sabcastic. — "When a distinguished Ameri 
can dies," said a shrewd and sarcastic ob- 
server not long since, "his admiring friends 
and countrymen immediately resolve to 
build him a magnificent monument, and 
then— they don't build it" 



Why is an almanac simply advice thrown 
away? Because it comes in at one year, and 
goes out at the other. 



I>o You. it no TV 

That wltli BrnTBiucs'fl Pat-teens you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of tbe Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. lis Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, Ban Francisco. • 

BCrs. C. Cook, 

Ftret Premium Hair Jewelry, 619 Montgomery 
Btreet, San Francisco. t 

Latest New York Styles. 

Everything depends apoa the style In which 
a garment is made and. fitted. Ladies can be 

sure of procuring "the style." in dresses or 
cloaks, by applying to Miss S. D. Myers, lately 
from New York, at 129 Post st, near Kearny . eh 

What Chcor Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronised by everybody. 



First Premium Millinery. 

The Is? "Tecbanics" Fair awar Jed the first 
premium . _/ superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship ia the millinery line, to Mr& 
Cowles of the "New House." Ill Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle's stock is unsurpassed by any In 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, eh 



PosltlTely 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jiwelet, at 
SO$ Market street, are being sold dally at rbx 
cost. The stock wnx be closed out. e 



How We Go to Meep* 

The order In wcich the masclee lose 
their power Is woitb koowlog. Tbe mus- 
cles which move the legs usually become 
relaxed before those wbicb maintain the 
body io ao ertct position. In relation to 
tbe social senses, that of si^bt ie first lost, 
the eyelids form id? a barrier between tbe 
retina and tbe external world; but, inde- 
pendently of eyelids, If they had been 
removed by tbe surgeon, pr could not be 
closed by disease, this is still, tbe first 
sense wboee*fuoction is abolished. Some 
animals, as the hare, do not shut their 
eye=. when asleep; and in cases Ol somnam- 
bulism, the eyes remain open, although 
the sense of eiybrie temporarily abolished, 
but their acuteness is muco lessened, 

Tasie Is the first to disappear, and then 
smell; bearing follows, and touch ie the 
most persistent of the senses. So, con- 
versely, a persoD Is most easily awakened 
by tbe seme of toacb; next in order by 
sounds, and then by smell. 

Washington Pasiry. 

A drjourner in Washington sends tbe 
following: 

I am particularly fond of lemon pie, and 

i e cream lor dessert. At hotel I went 

od peaceably for a couple of weeks, but al- 
ways eatiogkmon pie Hcder a siltnt pro- 
tesE, for I was a stranger, aud did not like 
to make objections. Finally I called a 
waiter and 6aid: 

"John, I have nothing to say about tbe 
ice cream, but what kind of a pie is this?" 

"What kind of a pie did you order.eah P" 

I ordered a lemon pie, but this appears 
to be dried apple." 

"Dai's alemon pie, s ah. louknow dey 
bas a waj of mixin dried apples in de lem- 
on pits here, sab, to dat extent it requires 
a man of ability to 'etinenisn 'em apart 
std', DeleaiODS am scase, you know, end 
dey bas to 'cononrze 'em so as to mute 
one lemon do for eix'een pies " 

Brfgham Young. 

This is the way Elder Cannon, editor of the 
LVseret Nt-wp, didnp Brlghmi in a recent speech: 
"Of Briernam'j devotion, credulity acd constan- 
cy as a Moimon tbero can bono doubt. Helsas 
sincere In his church as Bishop Simpson is in the 
Methodist Church, or Judge McKean In his. He 
ie miy aware of the feaitui mightiness of 
Democratic sentiment in America irom a few 
troupe camped m his vicini'y, from the 
miserable chardCtT of 'he Federal officials 
wbopoout thereto biacsnmi bin), and from 
the biresm ol respectiul visitor?, for whom 
he bolds a levee every morning and who 
butter him with praUes, while perhaps the 
tame people are indi'ing letters to the East 
raiding a hue and cry against bis empire. 
He will leave behind him in that State a name 
never to b-_- rivaled in tbe future prosperous bis* 
tor y of Utah. I dare believe the time of Brig- 
ham Young is as indlssolubly bound in tbe liter- 
ature and reverence of the Becky Moutitijn 
peop'e. as the names of La Salle. JohnWlntbrop 
and Hernando Cortez are embedded In other 
parts of the country." 

A FuHERAL PBOCESSION COMPOSED OF 

8leighs. — Yesterday afternoon, Bays the 
Virginia City Enterprise of the 27th nit., a 
large procession passed through C street, in 
which the only vehicles were sleighs. This 
was a Bight we have never before seen in this 
city, and one seldom seen in any country we 
believe. The noiseless manner in which 
the long line of BleigbB glided through the 
city added greatly to the solemnity of the 
occasion, and in gazing upon the train 
the spectator might easily have imagined the 
whole scene unreal, and all in the procession 
mere phantoms. Following the vehicles was 
a considerable body of horsemea,and these — 
for any Bound heard from them— might have 
passed for a shadowy rear guard. The sin- 
gularity of such & procession attracted uni- 
versal attention. 

Pkobable.— Out Major, said an old Mexi • 
can volunteer, had very long feet, and also a 
horse that threw every one but the Major. 
One evening tbe Major's servant was out on 
the parade ground with the horse, and, as 
usual, was thrown eff, when one of tbe boys 
spoke up and said: " I know why the horse 
don't throw tbe Msjor." "Why," was asked 
by a dozen or more. "Well, you see, the 
Major's got such long feet that the horse 
thinks he is in shafts." 



Qcaist Epjtaph.— The following epitaph 
is by Moore on an attorney named Shaw : 
'* Here lies John Sbaw, 
Attorney at law; 
And when be died 
The devil cried. 
•Give us your paw, 
John Shaw. 
Attorney at law !* " 



We-w Furnlsnns Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. * 

D i cli; e y ' a Creme de L>ls. 

Unites the characters of an admirable Cos- 
metic snd elegant Dentifrice. Every bottle Is 
warranted. p 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second Btreet 
oor. Mission et. Jewelry of all hind6 for sale, 
msde to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. e ' 

A New Thing in Oysters, 

Joe Giusta, 105 California Market, fronting 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at ary hour re- 
quested od Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giusti's fresh opened oysters to eat on 
Sundays, not tbe stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

P. DouKlas & Oo's 

Useful Holiday Presents ! Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, U5 pieces, $30; French China deco- 
rated Toilet Bet, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, H piece?, $10. u 

BOO £*alrs ol Socks, 

At all prices,!', the What Cheer Laundry. * 



JoVi Ice Cream Saloon. 

The best placs for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the taeatre to ret fine Oysters, Ice Cream and 
Fancy Cmdies is st No. 317 Seamy street, between 
Pine acd Bnsh. lbs old pioneer, P. Job, alwsrs 
on band. 



The Best Firm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm .Wagon is 
the best ; over 600 sold on this coast. Mills 
& Evans, Agents, 608 Market street. bh 

Cax and Steamer News Acency. 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. P.. E., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Figaso 
smong the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest Ban Francisco daiUee and all 
he E&stera illustrated papers and magazines 
at San Francisco prices. * 

Holiday Candles. 

The best selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Toys and Fancy Boxes at the most reasonable 
prices, at J. Vag-eley A Bros., Candy Manufactory. 
IK Kearny Bt., near Sntter, and « Second it. b , 



THJE LANGTAGE OF THE EYES. 

To find EOme universal tongue 

That all en vsdeis and, 
Has long been wished b7 old and young, 

In almost every land. 
T-ey never seem to have confessed 

Whst wondrous power lits 
In that mute speech, by all passeESed, 

Tut Language ol tbe Eyes ! 

Why cannot people be content 

With this dumb voice alone 7 
Perhaps because It Bays what'ti meant, 

And all that's mesnt Is shown ! 
B> still use artificial speech. 

Which bides and mystifies, 
For that which truth aud Katore teach, 

The Language of the EyeB : 

How much thi better we should be 

If fener things were Bald . 
If words spun out less easily 

In conversation's thxesd. 
How many questions we might spare — 

How many vain replies — 
Would we bat practice everywhere 

The Language of tbe Eyes ! 

Bui ah ! I fear too oft we feel 

Shut up In hollow pride ; 
And what the eye would sure reveal, 

The word intends to hide ! 
We cannot trust our eyes to Fpeak — 

Truth only in them lies^ — 
And f ilsehood never dares to seek 

The Language of the Eyes 1 

We are not yet so good, alas ! 

As that we all can say. 
Look through these windswa, as through glass. 

And read onr hearts alway; 
We yet most suffer speech to fill 

The world with sound and UeB : 
But there will be one true thing still — ^ 

The Language of tbe Eyer I 



A Mammoth Chfctcvn Pie. 

[From the New York Standard, December 14th.] 

Bridgeport, Conn., December 13th.— 
The largest chicken pie ever made in New 
England, and, indeed, in the world, was 
put on view at tbe St. John's (Episcopal) 
F*ir last olgbt, at Washington Halt. An 
immense crowd bad assembled to witness 
tbe unveiling. It required over one hnn- 
dredlaige sized chickens, fifty pounds of 
flour and twenty pounds of lard for the 
crust, a special pan nine feet in diameter 
to bold it, foarstout men to carry it aod A. 
W. Wallace was tbe only man m tbe city 
who had an oven large enough to bake it. 
It is a whopper and no mistake, and Is 
calculated, after supplying everybody dur- 
ing the Fdir, to bold out and do good 
service through Christmas week and the 
holidays. Whoever wants a fiDger in that 
pie will be pleased to place themselves in 
nomination at once. Price for the season 
moderate. 

Ease and Luxury. 

We overheard a lady say tb e other day 
""When I sm rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence— 
Just like what they send you from the Occiden- 

al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental etand 
now has the very finest carriages In the State. 
There Is a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and lor the theatre and opera; tnc 
Landaue and splendid Fix-seat Bockaways for 
drives on the road acd ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Bouton, or at the stables, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. e 

Eleg-ant Presents for the Holidays. 

Economy is wealth. Hain & Pollard have $50,(00 
too mnch stock od band, hich mast be sold dnr- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete aod elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains, Jewelry aod Silverware 
at masnfactarere' prices. Their old customers 
will please lecollect that their new store ia at No. 
7 Kearny street. F 

Tbe Luxuries of Life. 

The man who does not care what he eats, is 
not worth much as a man. The greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good living. ThebeBt 
intellects in San Fracciseo are nourished by tbe 
terrapin etewe, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster omlettea and other del- 
i.-acie* nerved under tbe aDIe supervision of the 
geaial Winant, and Charley Hacks, formerly of tbe 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon. No, J37 Bash street aoov 
the Alhambra. It is a favorite resort of epicures 



After txte Sella Union 

Comique and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
emoke a cigar on their way boms should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Kearny, kept for the last eleven years by* 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese made cigar In 
the store, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the finest imported Havanas. 
A flue stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders aid other articles suitable for 
presents during the coming holidays. Every- 
thing at prices to suit the times . w" 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Dramm 
street, between Clay and Washington. b 

If Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall GO, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 

Go and See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shater fcCo.'e, 707 Market street, near 
Thtrd, which are offered for sale for cash lowej 
than ever before in San Francisco. y 



I>r. Dohcrty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician In 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento Btreet, 
comer of Leldesdorff, a few doors below What 
Oheer House. 

A. Word, to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant In the city 
Is the Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing In the mar ket are to be found. k 

To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sour-mash stimulant— so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— iB at Ho . C05 Washing, 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 306 Montgomery 
Btreet. Ask for tbe "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. s 

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Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
sumptuously at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the Calif ornia Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the season: the choicest wines, and ths 
most experienced of cooks aod attendants. The 
private rooms fsr dinner and supper parties, are 
tbe admiration of all who have seen them, v 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

I Business cards inserted In this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for $1 per moni.h pnr Hue, sub- 
ject to being left oat four times a mouth.] 

A potheeurles. 

Wood, W. K, , Second street, corner Mission. 

Auctioneers. 
J. Terry * Oo., (laroiture) 309 and 311 Pine street. 

Book»ellers and Mtattoners. 
Bateman. H. C.,203 Kearuy; cor. Sutter. 
Hitobcook, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 San seme. 

BiialnetMt College*. 
Heald'a, Bryant & Stratum, 24 Post. 

Butchers. 
Luauden,* John E, Stall 9. Occidental Market, 

Sutter street side. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 8 snd 9. California Market. 
Katz, Fred, Stella 94 to 100. California Market. 

Bran Found>rle*. 
Weed ± Kingwell, California, 185 First st. 

Cigars nnd Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen 4 Sperling, 330 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlmso, A. SI. , oor. juncture S&osome and Mar- 
ket, aod Ellis aud Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magary A Co., (successors lo H. M. Lock wood A 

Co.), 231 Kearny etreet. 
Warshawski, J., 410 Kearr y etreet, cor. Pine. 

('rockery, OJosswure, etc* 
Douglas P. 4 Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners. 
Westou's Bakery, 9 Stockton street 

Candles, etc. 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street. 

Cutler*. 
Price, SI., 415 Kearny st,. Factory, 10 Stevenson el. 

D ee:i In muni e Depot. 
Mrs. Cotter, 10 Silver Btreet, user Third. 

.Employment Offices. 
O'Brien A Ward, corner Clsy and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Go«<l«. 
Looao A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sntter, 

Hardware.' 
R. F. Oeborn 4 Co., 749 Market. 

Harness und Srddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. A Co., 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F.. 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Freud , m'f'tr A inventor. 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Second Btreet. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
DinkelBpiel, S. a. 40o., (agents for United State 
Watch Oo.) 313 Bnsh. 

X.adles* and Children's Goods. 
Dannenberg (Iofsote' Wardrobes), 24 Montgomery 

MJllluery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker. W. A Hinz, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Mnslc and Mnalcal Instrument*. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 34> Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store.NewMontgy.u'rHow'd 
Keene, O. C. mf tr. accordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble Works, 
Daniel, John A Co., 421 Pine street. 

Maccoronl Munufaclurem, 
Brifrnardello, Macchiavello A Co., 706 Sonsome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doace A Oo., No. 92 California Market 

Prodnce Commission merchants. 
Mngan A Moran. corner Dramm and Clay. ■ 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., lis Front. 

Hiding Academies. 
Lash's, 737 Folsom Btreet, bet. Third and Fourth ; 

It co tan rants. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 408 Pine Btreet. 

Sewing Machines. 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery, 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery. 
Willed it Gibbs, .S. M. Oo., 113 Post 8 1. 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street, 

Silvered Crystal Door Pla 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento Btreet 

Stove* and Tinware. 
Brown, Oharles, 724 Market 
Lewis A Pender. 32 Geary street, above Market 
Slckler, Caleb SL, 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers, 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Surgeon*, 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard Btreet 

Wines and Liquors (wholesale). 
Daneri P. A Co., 504 Front. 




1 

WKtoSfa 



^JCLAYAK 




The inventor of this really wonderful TONIC, 
after a series of years and experiments, has suc- 
ceeded in bringing before tbe public all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

1 have carefully tested and examined your 1 X L 
Bitters, and trnd thst tt-ey winDOt tall to be bene- 
ficial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. Holland. 

OTXT AMD OouyXT HOSPITAL, San Franci&CO, 
June 20tb, 1671.— I »taculd judge that the I X L 
Bitters most be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being competed of a somber of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, snd are of the ereatest efficiency 
in their core.— F. H. Ekgels, M. D., Aes't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary O. A O. Hospital. 

State Abbateb'b Office. San Francisco, July 
21st. 1'j'Ti. -I have made a careful examination of 
your I X L Bitters, aod have found them entirely 
free of deleterious miner" 1 ^..-maccee.— Yours 
etc., ,TTrv, ,,> State Assayer. 

Beware of Counterfeit" ! None genuine 
without the Bienatore of Dr. Henley across ths 
top of each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

H. EPSTJE3N A CO., Sole Proprietors, 
att5tf 618 Front street, S. F. 




10 2 1 



'pHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO» 3 

A Second street there are more perfect-fitting 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail than in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in selling STAB, SHIRTS bas demonstrated that 

XH3 PgQcxXa 1IHE XH3MI 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 



jyl9 lm 



No. S Second street. 

BENEDICT A OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

M.E. cor. Jackson and Kearny its. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital. 
London, nine years in Saorameoto, aud the last 
tea years in Sin Franoisso. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRACTICE. After dbvotiug 40 years of his 
life to professional practice, ana the successful 
treatment of those UURONIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 
the remainder of his days to q^iet-Mfe enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from the 
Buffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumphs, Look Hospital, 
spend a year within itB wards, and inform him- 
self of all the new metheds of treatment In their 
celebrated institution, and then give a few more 
years of his life to the alleviation of {-offering hu- 
manity. He is again located at bis old office, cor- 
ner JackBon and Kearny streets, where for 10 years 
previous bis practice as a SPEOIALTST resulted 
in the core of all cases brought under his care. 
The Doctor's motto Is "honorable and successful 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DB. CHAS. II. TOZEK, 
N. E. corner Kearny snd Jacksoa streets, 
del2 tt San tf isnciBCO. 



ASTROLOGY. 



NEVER FAILS I 

PBICE, 81 OO PIE liOTTLE. 
* McBOYLB 4 CO., DRUGGISTS, 504 

Washington Btreet, one door above S&neome, 
Agents. de5 lm 



BILLIARDS. 

ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1878, THE 
cbartte for Billiards will be at the rate of 75 
CENTS PER HOUR, 

Grand Hotel Saloon, 
Occidental Saloon, 
Lick House Saloon, 
Cosmopolitan, Hotel Saloon, 
Exchnnie aloon, de302t 






d erf ul Fortune Teller in the world. ©__ 
be found at No. 835 PsciQo Btreet, between - 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, cauaea love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
oures drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
and luok to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and bob him. jyl3 lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOUS F1ATOK. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOU WANT 
tbe seed, buy one. Price, 91. OO, For sale 
by GEORGE HUGHES, 313 and 315 Washing- 



-O GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 



— feclly-ntting Coat . boilt. a Gentleman should 



go to G. B. DAVIS. Fashionable Tailor, 507 



Kearny street, near California. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

-FINELY FURNISHED BOOMS. Sin- 
gle or in snits, 

Well Ugbted and Ventilated. 
Unfurnished Rooms to let. Lodging with 
AT, R UMBRA BUILDING. 



P. LIESENFELD, 

1 MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 

lUrd Tables, 571 MARKET 
'STREET, below Seoond, Ban 
; * ■ * ™ *!^r Frsnoisoo. Sole Agent for Phe- 
Isn & Oolleoder's Patent Billiard Tables and New 
IniprjTed Boreta Wire Onshiona, Patented May 
M.18U _ desint 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. »»7 KEABKT BTREET, 
ADJOINING THE WEED SEWIN3 MAOHIXE STOEE. 

GEJJTLKMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and idts goarantoed. Onr reputation for 
mafcLag PEKFECT-FITTliVO BHIBT4 
to order is well known. Gents' Famishing Goods 
at the lowest rate. jy23 if 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH HADE CANDIES, FANOY BOXES, 
Cornecopias, Candy Toys, acd everything for 
the Little Folks, at Mercer's Pioneeer " 'anayMan- 
nfaotories, 518 Kearny etreet, and 127 Second 
Btreet. Ooantry orders filled to any extent. de7 ; 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, 787 Folsom St., 

bet. Third and Fourth. 
del5tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIOKEEB OF OAUt?OBNIA,T.*3# „ 
Market street, between Third and f 
Foarth, San Frsnciaoo. Manufacturer *> 
of the best kinds of TRUSSES AND 4 
SUPPORTERS. •»• All articles in this line con- 
stantly «n band, and repair* made at rsaiossble 
— ■"■»■. dt221m 






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HOWUNH 

COMPOUND 

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Bointoe* and Frivnds 
m LID1Y fRUMT 

BEAUTIFUL CHR010.' 
iTRBUKR A 



■itoMfeAa* NM. 



»AM rtiMHOOl VDIUDAl JANl'AKY 3, l»1«\ 



W.U. XIV. X. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



LAST WriBK 

EILEEN OGE 



Um Bftv B«for« la* !>»»»- 
I * I'ro^-rtlrv rjr. 

run imiM jvmart a 

HIIiHEJN O O XT! 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 









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XC NIOKT 
JANUARY :i 



■UU rr*TT» • . ut :»«»» n 



NECK AND NECK! 



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►7 '»• rnm u4 r«Mtr iwouttar •ktotiox .i u. i-.,. u 

■town w*» tnndnil ».» , MrMUa. • hllk 




Execution on tn© ScnfTolcl i 

I M'KESS TRAIN UUII H» M s|| \i illil II III UlUls l\ A IIHIII11 

t/>— Hfc » l— 111M »y. »>tfg|» 7Ti^», wlih nani-r i» i Ifc.r Ihrllllnf allaalloea, r*od.rthla 

Tho Most Intensely Interesting Drama ever offered to the Public. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 3 

AMD 1-TERT IVEIISr. INTIL FURTHEt XOTlrK. OSAI MISTERS OREAT DRAMA. 

tracs & .tracts 






aajasjiroi trash Bolted. 

SiTnnmwn Uoolinh Eileen Or*." 

K L— 1st* . T*»» BLaitllwg R ■■«Ia s IrUssiit 

*s>l »■• *»• ""i lrHh Dt«ce, 

to XZ«%ymAU.or«' X^un 

W_ih-»44--*1 V )* Ballet, 

irtissilAfll *1 br MM. sad MISS «| < utTV 



sUTTWDaT. a* 1 a" ale at) 

A ORAKD MATINEE. 

4 4siImIm ta> all p«rf« «f the lto«~- . | 

\r. PfttP.VRl. 

HOU&B ET KTOIH. 



WALTER 'MI.MARTH. a Banter 

Jib Johnson, a Unnkarl , 

Carrol PfBmin 

H'f Kt«f>«ri FreeleBd. a Banker. . . . 



WALTER WtLMARTH 

Jim Johnson 

Carrol Defttnaa 

Cams Pumpkin 

Moon I'tim] kin.. 

Sir Blchard rrMUatf 

Alolphue Darling 

Doctor Pflhem 

sheriff 

Fif't Firni-r 



THE 



jPHOI*OOXJE. 

i Clerk MR. E. T. STETSON 

James M. Bardie | OUbert Faro, worth, tbe Cashier John Woodard 

Harry Oolton Sheriff John Megolre 

J. H. McOebe | Officers, ate., by the Company. 

DRAM A.. 

MR. I. T. fTTETBON 

Jetnc* M. Herd I* I Second Farmer.... .* Fred William <> 

. ..Walter C-lton First <lfflf«r J. R. Bernard 

J. R. Vineon | Second officer W. Flf.-Jsm.es 

.. ..Willie Himni I Carrie Miss Penny Tonne 

....J. B. McC»bfl Jenoy Mis« MagHe Moore 

. QeorRe Hinckley | Fanny Mill Basle Soule 

...OrvUle Wilson Mrs. Bolivar Mm. Frank Roe 

...John Mogul re P*r, the old Wl'ch Fanny Hanks 

... .J. R. Walton j Mr*. F*rn«woi tb Mltu Ada Deave* 



IRIDAY ETENINO 



mjsimrxrv oi* 3ta. t. stetson. 




r The Piano uacd In tbla Theatre la from Sherman At Hydc'B. corner Kearny and flatter streets. 



!)«•>»• Circle suad Orckfitrn fl OO | Gallery «fi i 

rurf|siet .-..i sar-Wo extra oharge for Reserved Seat?. 

mr Oars will leave tbe Theatre for the Mission and Nortb Beach every night at tbe close of tbe performance. 



i »m * ium i i utiiii ' iui«n 

rs««rllr 11*11*4 l'*Mi Usr*vlM« 

GRAND TBLIAL V ■■ ■ 

Him ' ■***-, < ■ ' TeMMy Rtee 

Maggie Inicht in Her Great Specialties 

Alter skMb, Ikeaba AiU 

Tho Olympic CVaiuosi 

LEU|^ »»MWEI.I.« arnt F.t>W|«C MOHTAOUIL^ 
Joaepnns OianKeblnnom Chria Uatkawi 
Overu" Oteb—lf 

TERRIFIC SPHERICAL ASCEN8ION 

(Kew ) EUUEN1K i.ERRBI TA 

OER DEUTSCHE FLEISCHER U"0 SEINE LEIBSCHER 

^OAR Rl B ARM SI RO S an d J II I . L A KK I W . _ 

OrlarlaiNl m«p !*!•■ Cauria Mnlkirw* 

Fararlte •m.t.b; Ctsvrsi Mtarr 

Laoshable Etbtoplan 1 H'mimu, 

TJnoomfortnl.lr X,o<lirln|C» 

Ms* Ksllf. Toiam* &***■_ lj* rT T Thnwipson 

10 MIRUTES WITH TME_0«LV_ ■ m ^£i£_' t J!f |£^J 

To oooclad* wiib ib» Graid Ballet PaotomlM* snitiUd 

L'HOHHE SAFVAfiB; 

THE WILD MAN OF THE WOODS 

Ooonl Aobri Edwin Moat*0« 

I'.Iiih this Isiltitol follower) L°n Mc'."artby 

Bsrbar^aste (the Wild Han) keen Ssmwells 

Fairy Queen .MarteZoel 

The Bear J- »• Taylor 

Drnisr. TBK riEC» — — 

GRaAND BAT.LET ID'-A-CXIOlNr 

Arrangad by MISS CARRIE OHAPMAJI. 
Auiited by the Ladies of the Corps d> Ballet. Meadamae Fanny 
Garretson, M»y Leroy. Maggie Brewer. Winnie Fill- 
more. Miaa JoeepblDO and Uarrie Armstrong. 
Ooncludlng with u Grand T , nl>l««VTi 

Great Novelties in Preparation 




FRENCH 




CUSTOMERS ARK NOT ALLOWED TO 
wt.r oar «alu qoIs*. m.dfl ud id Ih. EEST 
STYLE ud PKRFKOT KITS. 

UNCSSTER, 625 wTsHIIGTON STREET 




FURNITURE^IVEN AWAY 

FlAVlNO DETERM1NKD TO. 
** close oat oor Rafall Store and 
conorje oarsolvas to MANUFAC- 
TURING EXCLUSIVELY, we will 
sell oor immense and Sns atook of 

Furniture and Bedding 

AC SG per Cent Less than Coat! 

Now Is Your Time for Bargains 

aWFivs yean' LsasB and Fixtures for sate. 
W. G. WKIK , 

So. eas MurUct atreot* 

del* tjal Wert to Swain's Restanmnt. 




Monlgomsry strsst. 



GERATKST NOV- 

olty of the age, now on 
exhibition at 38 OB 
Montgomery street.— 
WEF.D'B PA'ENT 

'ABPET SWEEPER, 
Broom and Dott pan 

lombioed : a child oan 
twesp a lsrge parlor 
"srnet in three min- 
utes without, raising 
*ny dust. Call and ex- 
amine them ; oheaper 
than brooms at five 
ctA.apieo-. DOR KEY 
AL0WKR7.No.aOB 
deUTn 



Wlkavt OxaomaT jLesraxtdJrv 
U the beat lanndry in Ban Fraaclaoo , 




(BURDAYS EX0EPTED,)| 

. ...iT TBS.... 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

deTI Cor. Post and Stockton »t«. [1m 




CUPERIOR TABLE OUTLERY, AND EXTRA 
O nuulity of Silver-plated Spr-ona and Forkp, at 
HAYNES &. LAWTON'S, Market street, under 
tho Grnnd Hotel. de'28 iw 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND-A bPLENDID As- 
sortment; also. Silverware and tineo- 
Uolei. Helling at 30 per cent, loia than 

any other house. Call before purchasing 

elsewhere. Evers article is warranted. Waichea 
cluaned and repaired, and warranted for two years, 
at lh" lowest ratop. Call at H. M. LKWtS'S, OSS 
OLAY H TRKKT, flret Jewelry Store below Kearny 
street. Eatabliahedin 18*8. de« lm 



MME. CARTER. 0LA1RV0Y- 
ANT. No. 4 John attest, one 
door from Powell, hot. Pacific and 
Mason, pavs particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can bo consulted 
on Lawsuits and tbe various rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame oan be 
oonsnlted bv letter or lock of hair. 




HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FIRE O0LD-M0UNTEP PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. _ , 
tin Gold-monnt.a EVE OLASSES. Riot Pwtl 
ud Cllt OPERA GLA88BS, Mulled «. «*•!»•!• 
irlo... mrm from »10 »lj.W $15. Good PlAlo 
Opera GluHB .old from *5. («. tl '*l. 

C. XIUII, Optician, 

SOS Moitiutr? .trtet, 
■dt 12 Km Homo Blook, SB Truo 



Or. Zeile's New Russian, Turkish 

— Ajrn— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. S8B Pacific street. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of tbe kind, either Is Europe or 
America. Convenient and sepsrato apartments. 
Btthing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Water*. Suites of rooms In the line 
building tor private patie nts. 

FIRST ANNUAL, 

Clearance Sale 

....or.... 

BOOTS 1 SHOES! 

BOOTS ! SHOES ! 

FOR THIRTY DAYS tiSJ.V. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THFM- 
selvee of this opportunity, and purchase their 
Blook of BUUTn and SHOES for the rainy sosson. 

At Else- 

LADIES* WEAK. Nolan's where 

French Kid Button Boots 94 .'0 $7 On 

French Kid Boollop-'op Boots. ....... 3 Mi 4 00 

Freneh Fox Button Boots, only 3 00 4 BO 

French Oalf Dress Boots, high out.... 2 .V. 3 50 

HenvF Kid BootB for Winter nesr.,... 2 .W 4 50 

Kid Fox Ncollop Vnrnp Balmorals 1 75 3 Oil 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 50 '2 60 

Kid Fox Double Solo Balmorals 1 75 3 00 

Extra High Cut Oalf Eootc. onlr 2 00 3 60 

English Lasting Gaiters, Double Sole. 1 2* 2 IKI 

Kid BlipoerM. $1; .Hino French Kid.. . . 1M 2 10 

Misses' Kid Button Cootn...„ 2 50 3 50 

Mifuen' D'ble bole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 Z 51) 

Misses' Doable Sole Oalf Shoos 1 50 'l 00 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only 12-5 1 76 

Children's Best Double Button Boots. 1 76 2 60 

Children's Scwod Top pebble Goat.. .. I 26 2 00 
Children's Couptr-Toe, 75.-.; Screwed 

Oalf 10" 1 50 

Infants' Shoes. 16c ,25a., 60s. and 75 

Gents' Frenub Oalf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots 6 00 10 00 

Gents' French Screwed Boots 6 00 7 Oil 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots 5 00 7 50 

Gents' Onlf Pegged Booce, only 2 50 4 lO 

Gents' Kip Boots, tf, «• 60 and 3 00 4 50 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots 3 60 6 00 

Cents' Congress O&itere, $1 and £1 50; 

Sewed 2 00 3 00 

Gents' Rubber Boots, only... 4 00 « 50 

Gents' French Screwed Gaiters 3 50 6 00 

Gents' Brogaus, 81 25, ?1 50: screwed. 2 00 3 fti 

GeatV Screwed Oxford Ti 2 00 3 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, 91 60; Oxf'd Ties 1 75 2 50 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

Nos. 11 on'd «8 Third street. 

o»-Doo't forget the plane, first Shoe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. d«28 tf 

F. PYAT'S 

HUMAN 

""•HAIR 

STORE, 

4*4 Kearny atreet. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
•9»N. B.-Wif. hir.d for TkMtrioal porpoaa. 




XJ3NTIOIM" 
INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE ASSESSMF.Vr WHICH WAS 
levied by thU Company to provide (or 
loaae* Incurred by the GREAT CHI- 
CAGO FIRE, hu> now been pnld In full. 

FOUR HI Ml Kll> AND FIFTY 
THOUSAND DO M.tKS have been re- 
mitted for settlement of Chicago loasea, 
which have been ad|a*ted promptly and 
pnld DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. 

It la the policy of this Company to 
meet all of Its obl!g;utloiia HONORA- 
BLY* and It solicits the patronage «f 
the public who dealrc to Inaare where 
they can obtain SOLID SECURITY, and 
FAIR DEALING. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICE: 

416 and 418 California street. 



GUSTATE TOXTCHARD President 

N. G. KITTLE Ylce President 

CHARLES D. HAVEN Secretory 

jal lm 

:fotxkt:i> i 

DURING LAST WEEK, A PLACE WRERE 
all Drioks are lOc. and of the beit quality; 
also, the place to get the' best Hot Scotch Punch, 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drinks. 
ENGLISH ALE ON DRALJCHT, 

. .. .AT TUB. ... 

"HOT SOOTOH," 

15 MORTON STREET (near Kearny). 
delStf FELDHANN A BRIjGGS. 

THEATK2 ROT IS S ERIE, 

«*4 unpont at*, one door sooth of Bbsb. 
-sav y^ B. MAROHAND LATE OF THAT 
fflft£fW"Rot!i»erie Restanrant" of tbeUnlc* 
^op|asm/ Qj aD proprietor. — The Tablea prert 
dad with all tbe Delicacies of tbe eeaaom. 
aTOVBTBBS IN EVERY aT^YLE, jsJE tS 

JOHN E. LUMSDEN, 

WHOLESALE AND HET-aIL^^,,—-^^ 
BUTOHEBS, and dealers in TBI 
beet American meats, stall No. • GM Wfl 
OOOIDBNTAL MARKET (Sutter Tff^^ff 

street aide). " ■■*■ 

B9- Orders solirdted and promptly filled. Goods 
dellrsred free to all parts of tbe oity. nol7 ml 

ALBERT MOROANSTKRIf 
Fashionable Hair DresaiDg iad 
Bathing SsUbblUbmsat. No. » 
. k — -Seoond St., near MaikaL Onp- 
__l T JLSaBp">f, Bltsding, and Leeehing 
promptly attended to. 4VsM U 



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''Ff©A»0« 



*n: Am . 'it day. «««P» »o«dj». Of 
T». BOGr-A-UDXTS 
— ai— 

32 Marehant St. and 636 Waaoing^om 8: 

Below Moauoa»rT f-leck. 



WEDNESD AY JANUARY 3, 1372 

LETTER ERO.n GUATEMALA. 
[ FBOH A > OCCASIONAL COBBHP03DENT.] 

Gautexala, Central America, Dec. 5, 1871. 
Deab Fioabo:— I write to yon according 
to promise. Here we are in a fine country 
bnt most of the population poor. The toy. 
olotioD, together with earthquake* and vol 
canoes, has injured the country. Gaute- 
mala is a city of about 50,000 inhabitants. 
Thsro are large cities all aroand. We are 
going to San Salvador and San Miguel, and 
on to Costa Bica. We are doing well. The 
company consists of Painter, Durand, Pat- 
to, Z»die Zelmar, Brnno, tbe Limber Boy 
and Taylor Rabenatien. Th* travelling 
tour is by stage and oxcarts on splendid 
roads. There are few Americans hero. Sta- 
ple crope are coffee, chocolate, ocrn, etc. 
Plenty of frnttd such as pineapples, cocoa- 
nuta, oranges, lemons, and fruit that I 
don't know the name of yet. The money 
here is alt silver and gold. I put many of 
your Figaros here in places where they 
speak English and they were very glad to 
see them. The climate bare is good, water 
excellent, and liquor bad. Please give my 
regard! to Buckley. Johnny Tners and all 
inquiring friends. I will send you another 
letter soon. Yours Truly, A. P. Dubasd. 



Figaro's Correspondents. 

We give up the greatest portion of oar 
space to-day to let ten from oar correspon- 
dents, indifferent parte of the world. The 
present instalment includes letters from 
Hong Kong, in China, Dallas in Texas, and 
Guatemala, in Central America. Fioabo 
is here, there, and everywhere. 

Miss Angelina Squobbles, one of the most 
fashionable yonng ladies in San Francisco, 
says, she does hope that tbe Young Men's 
Christian Association will pray as bard as 
possible for snow, and that consequently it 
will snow as hard as possible on the plains, 
so that the Grand Dake instead of going af- 
ter buffaloes may come here, and eojoy the 
San Francisco dears' talking. "Please pray 
Oh, please do!" is her cry. 

Laales' Vlaitln» Caras, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwtkb, fashionable card writer, 605 

Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. 

The ver,- finest Photographs to be bad only 
at Sellxck & Fiabsb's, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. * 

Gcntu' .^uxn lulling; Goods. 

All persons in want of Furnishing Good should 
make a note that at Sequin A CaABLEBOis's, 706 
and 708 Montgomery street, can be found the 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods in that 
line in tue city. Star ainrts or tne beat quality 
(or SI 60: woolen overebirta. drawers, under- 
shirts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at pices below 
toe lOvfrti lo the city. 706 and 708 Montgomery 
street, one door from Washington, east Bide. T 

■ • 
Make Yourself at Home. 

Yon can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
'The Parlor" kept by Harry Corbyn, whom 
everyone lo the Theatrical Profession hires, and 
P. R. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
poslte Third. Acosy place for Winter nights. 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder all night. E 

Necklaces. Brooches, Earrioffs. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Cases, etc. of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make ao elegant Dresent- Yoa will rind a large 
stock of it at A. Hirachmsn's Jewelry More, 113 
Kearnj street, bei ween Salter snd PosL o 

Hotna-oputliU Cough and Croup Syrup 

Affords speedy relief from Colds, Coagbs and 
Group. It >s the best retnedv to keep on band for 
sadden attacks of Group. Prepared by Borick A 
Tafei. Homeopathic Pharmacy. 221 Sutter atreei. 
Ban Francises. x 

Ward's Celebrated Shirts 

At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levlne. 

» 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson CorviUe. of the 
Bridle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishta from 
bis own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy*<ers to all parts of the Pactic Coast. His 
Eastern tr*q»pl3tued oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. q 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building la a verv fine one and i» wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Sausagei, 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epl- 
cores who are posted, get none but Booker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. p 

Dr. Bourne** Electric Bat In. 

Established in 1552. now conducted by Dr. Mc- 
Sparrvc, are recommended by all physicians as tbe 
beet medicinal baths on the Coast. 10 Pest street, 
Maaomic Tstnole. " 

Make Your Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Eollmteb, dealer 
In pictures, aud minor and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room into a bright, 
cheerful budoir. A 

Under tlio Occidental Hotel, 

113 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son A Randolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
Silverware,- etc.. of the latest styles, finest qual- 
1 ty, and at the lowest orioe. x 

WasnlTijr Returned in One Day 
(And we never disappoint, at the What Obeer 

Iiitrndr 

To tii*> TJntbrtuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Seamy 
Street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In ISM, for tbe treatment of chronic 
and spec :omplalnts. Dr. Gibbon will make 
^ooharge unless be effects a cure. 



LETTER FRO» HONGKONG. 

[FRO* as •QC/IIOIIL COIlMPOJiDeSI.; 

Hgsokoug, Nov. lltb, 1871. 

Dear Fioabo :-Sin« I last wrote you we 
have visited Singapore, Batavia and Cal- 
cutta, tbe former and the latter being deci- 
ded failures, bnt the intermediate one paid 
extremely well, and would have done so for 
a very much longer time, bat that we ex- 
pected some fresh people by tbe August 
steamer, and left a good paying business to 
citch them at Singapore, but they were not 
on board, so as a matter of course onr vUit 
proved a gigantic failure. After booking 
against bad weather and worse boasee for 
two weeks, we ouce more shipped lor Hong- 
kong, having added throe fresh people to 
our company, aud calling at Penang and 
Singapore on tbe way. We showed in each 
place for "ono night only," and actually the 
receipts m either place did not amount to a 
thousand dollars. I do not think anything 
short of a broadside from a line-of- battle 
ship or an earthquake woold rouse the Sin- 
gaporeiies. Fancy a olaver tight-rope per- 
former connected with a cirens taking on 
his benefit night eight dollars ! "How high 
dot vas?" Between Singapore and Hong- 
kong we got caught in one of those gentle 
zephyrs peculiar to the China Seta, yclept 
a typhoon, and during the tfiree days that it 
lasted we had a gay old time, I promise yoa. 
I've seen a few npa and downB in my life, 
bat X think thiB was tbe "uppist" I ever had. 
On October 5:h we again caat anchor in 
Hongkong, and opened on the 10th to a cap- 
ital house. Wo have played three nights a 
week since then, and have done a stunning 
business. I had my farewell benefit last 
evening, and bad a crammer. 

I leave the company the first week in De- 
cember. The balance return to San Fran- 
cisco. * bSLLLL. 

Bepeless Scoundrels. 

It is said that the levee in Sutter county 
was cut by persons who are opposed to tale 
lands being reclaimed. If this is so, the 
perpetrators of the act, are irreclaimable vil- 
lains. If, on the other hand, they were in 
danger of having their bouses swept away 
and being drowned, they are not. 



Sensible Man. 

The Alta reporter, speaking of New Year's 
Day, says, "at tbe houses we visited good 
cheer abounded," which means that he vis- 
ited those bouses where he knew there 
would be a good "spread." 



LETTER FROM TEX VS. 

noil oca own couBEsros dent 
Dallas, Texas, December 16, 1871. 

Dead Figaro:— Knowing that items con- 
cerning old California show people are al- 
ways acoeptsble to you and the numer- 
ous re ders t,f our favorite Fioabo, I take the 
first opportunity since leaving the Eldorado 
of sending yon a few. 

The Great Atlantic and Pacific Circus, 
which started on its travelB about the rst 
of May but, af er many upa and down*, 
changes of m<nagement, etc., has at last en- 
tered the State of Texas with living colors 
under the management oiMeasrs. Cobn and 
Palmer, who took control at Juuetion City, 
Kansas, where the concern had been obliged 
to tav np and suspend operations owing 
to the somewhat questionable conduct of tbe 
late proprietor, Dr. G. H. Pratt, who by 
hook or crook (principally hook) contrived 
to do the company out of all or a portion of 
their dues. Everything is now in fine run- 
ning order and we are doing a fine business. 
Tbe company retained most of its original 
members with the exception of the R jmelii 
Family, who quit at Nebraska City, and 
"Geo. Constable, who has joined Noyes' Cir- 
cus. Several new performers have also been 
been added, the following being a list of the 
company as it now stands: The Lee Fam- 
ily, Miss Polly Lee. principal equestrienne ; 
William Vincent, Geo. Barges*, the Stan- 
selle Brothers, A. Lehman, Frank Stan- 
Belle, downs. Since leaving California A. 
Lehman has doubled himself, having en- 
tered tbe state of matrimony at Junction City 
with Miss Polly Lee. The intention is to 
go through Texas into Mexico, then back to 
California by Jane. Yours, Wm. Tlscest. 



Kissing. 

Looking at tbe dictionary for the meaning j 
efthe word to kiss, we find it a verb ' 
active, "Toaalate with toe lips." "to treat 
with fondness." "to caress," "to touch 
gently," as a substantive, "a Balote given 
with the lips," -a common token of affec- 
tion," ',a email piece of confectionery." 

In the Aldine Magaziue we find a Diction- 
ary of Kisses, in which they are called ' 'the 
palm of love," "Cupid's seal," "the [over's 
fee," "the fee of parting," "the first and 
last of joys," "tbe homage of the lip," "(he 
hostage of promise." "love's chief sign," 
"love's language," love's mintage," ' love's 
print," love's tribute," love'd rhetoric," "the 
nectar of Venus," -the pledge of blirs aid 
love," 'the seal of bliss/' "the meltingsip," 
and, "the stamp of love. - ' 

Herrick seems to have been very nncer- 
taio in his mind what was a kiss, aud yet he 
did not seem to have a bad notion of tbe gen- 
ine article, for ia one of his little poems be 
asks: 

Among tbe fancies tell me tbl> — 

What is the thing we coll a kiet>? 

I shall resolve ye what it U, 

It is a creature born and bred 

Bttween the lips all cherry red. 

And he continues to iLqaire— 

Has it a (peaking virtue? Vea. 
How speakt* it, eay? Do you but this — 
Part your j lin'd lips, then speak your ties. 
And this love's sweetest language is. 

Has it a body ! Ay, and wings 
With ihcusand rare encoloringfi, 
And as It ales it gently eings : 
Love honey yields, but never stings." 




Mum __ 

BRYANT & STRATTOnV rtt «l 

NESS COLLEGE 

SAN FBANCISCOf 



T*HE LARGEST AND THE BEST BUSINE 
COLLEGE . a the Coast. It ednosUs th 
ooghly for Business. Persons of bulb sexes S 
of all ages admitted. Preparatory Depart me 
for those cot fi ted for Easiness Coarse. Over 
pupils now in attendance. Students can co 
m»nce at Boy ti» e. Tbe public are i vit*-d to n 
this ColUge. Catalogues sent by addrpesinr 
E. P. 11EA1.D. 
President Easiness College, 
delS tf San Frsnoisoc 



European Music 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New Tort. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc.. etc., at 
tic hu berth's music store, 6*3 Oiay street. Agents 
for tne Bteoe Pianos. i 

Slr.;nj>«?r, Stop! 

Go to Mr. Heubold, 316 Burn, street, If yon 
waht boots made in style at d of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are ih £ cheapest in the end. a 



Don't Banff Ber. 

Mrs. Shay, of Washington, D. C, cele- 
brated New Year's Day by shooting a po- 
liceman named Dogle who came to 
arrest her. She was doubtless insane. 



Pleaae Do! 

The following appears among the tele- 
graphic despatches : 

Chicago, Dee. 31st.— Grand Dake Alexis 
has declined to go on a long buffalo hunt af- 
ter leaving here. The Grand Duke will vis- 
it Milwaukee, St. Louis, Kansas City, and 
Leavenworth, as heretofore announced: and 
from the latter place, will go to Omaha, ar- 
riving there on the 10th of January. Gen- 
eral Sheridan will receive them, and with 
proper military escort conduct them to the 
hunting grounds. On arriving there should 
snow be found too deen for hunting the par- 
ty will go through to'San Francisco. 



Beautiful Sight. 

A flack of five thousand bydraulie rams 
under care of one of the editors of tbe Alta, 
left yesterday for the the plains for the pur- 
pose of being used to clear away the track. 
The docile but powerful animate, and their 
mild-lsokiog, but determined leader, presen- 
ted a beautiful spectacle as they embarked 
on the Oakland boat. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqnarzi'sei- 
qaisitely fiivored punches form a most appropriate 
present. Toe egg nog pnncb asves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous simpoftiam is at '£• Liedesdorff, and is pre- 
-idtd over by A. Sana, his worihv successor, c 

The Newest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, mags, 
zlnes and newepipers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
o the post-office. Is -aaeot for all the chief 
American and Englleh magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers Immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mall. i 



If "Sou Want 

Lace Curtains washed and done np lifce new^ 
go to ilME. Fleceieh, 639 Market street, bet. 
New ttontgomrry and Third. All kinds of lace 
work done at moderate prices. d 

Dr. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 hi . at his 
Hygelan Hall, 63T California et n and examines 
patients phrenological ly as to health. o. 

For a useful Holiday Present, go to P. Doulas 
b CO's, 131 Kearny street. They have the finest 
assortment of silver-plated Tea Sets, Castors, 
Cake Baskets, Spoons, Forks, knives, etc., etc. 
etc. . te be fouud In the city. All the best 
dondle plate on white metal. a 

Home from £urope. 

Jnlien Penanlt. M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, so widely aod favorably known 
in San Francisco, baa retained from an extended 
tonr on tbe continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hosDitals ia the world, and may 
be consulted at his office. 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, West side, over the Drag 
store. a 



To ViarroBS axo Strangees.— Go to 633 Mar- 
ket street for the best Bembrandt Pnotographs 
at $1 50 per dozen. e 

THe Pfew Remedy. 

For rettoriog the hair and cleansing the Ecslpr 
ase Kinke&d's sage- brash hair tonic and care fo 
ba)dz.ees. It will check tee hair from falling oat 
To be hsd of the agent, Jas. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that KM. Kinkead, Elao Nev., is 
on each wrapper. E 

Beet and Cheapest 

Cloaks and shawls in this city, are to be had 
at Sulivan, Fratinger A Co., li Montgomery 
street. b 



Tne Stylish. Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 61' 
Washington street is called " The" Hat Stoez 
is because, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges. It stands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Stobe. 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hac store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. k 



Sine* the Great Hednctlon 

In prices at Guerin A Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded witb cue 
omem. Cail aEd see them. 827 and S29 Bush 
6treet. bh 

• 

tt is Perfectly a etonlshlng 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. i 

Don't wait, bnt go before the rut-h to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny elreet. He has the finest 
supply in the city. n 

-• — 

G-o to Gilbert's 

French Candy Store, 53 Third e'.ro«t, between 
Mission and Market, If yon want to get the 
genuine article. Yon will then find a large 
assortment of all kinds of French candieu. 
Fresh Caramel three iime» a day. v 

Reduced -Prices. 

Guerin k Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
317 and 329 Bush street. Must sell $35,600 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our Btock. z 




CaLIFORIHaJESTAURM 

NOS. OlO, OlSAND «-14 WON 
gomery street, near Merchant 
Ladies' Saloon connected n >th the Bi 
.araot. 

Bill oi Fare. 

Ice cVeum or Coffee FBKE 
uny |irr»oi. Spending £5c 

Senp. witb Fish or Rroaats 15c a\ 

Two Era* lGc IV^ 

Three v-sspi *©e |K* 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15c | jft . 

Steaks or Coops, with Tea or Oon>e...l5o Mr 

Sirloin Steak, do flic iff 

Fresh 0yacer8,Kaw or Stewed |Sc f J 

Bottle of White Wine 10c tk 

Bottle ot Claret Wine or Beer 15o jȣL 

Pies, Podding or Cake 5© Mfv' 

Oat Meal, Mush er Cracked Wheat 5c ffEB 

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Gla4s of V£? 

White or Claret Wine 5c fw 

del-t( JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor 



LT lou Want 

Your Blankets and Flannel e well washed, and 
aot spobed, Bend them to tbe What Cheer Latin- 
lry. • 

m 
IVe'w Range. 

Lewis & Paitdeb, So. 32 Ceary street, above 
Kearny, are the sole agents for the Richmond 
Improved Bange. For cheapness and utility it 
has no superior. a 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TAX COLLECTORS' SALE 



HEAL IEST-A.T 



DELINQUENT TAXES, 

VTTTLL BE RESUMED ON THURSDAY, JAN- 
" nsry'i, 1S72, atlO o'clcck A.M. Commencing 
with Volume 19, Hollidsy Map "A." Will sell VoK 

18 and 19, woich will carry the sale to Outside Land 
Block 72. 
ja3 2t A, AUSTIN. Tax Collector. 



A Suitable Holiday Present 
For a lady Is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or encraved in the latest style by John 
P. Dwzcc, cu" Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 

Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day ot deposit. No entrance tee or 
:harge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street. 
open on Saturday evenings from? to 9 o'clool.x 

Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At %l per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

For tbe very beet phographs go to Bradley A 
RuloiBOn'a. Price* reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. • 

War Abe Bbowm's Baths, 202 Fourth street. 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. I 

. m 
PCew York Store. 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Samp&ox * Go's. New York Store, 102 Second 
street. [ x 

The Best Cigars and TobaCco 
Sold at lowest rates by Heuck, No. 333 Rear. 
try street, South of Bush. » 

McDowell, Snow Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. Ho. 7 Geary 

street, corner Ke arny. n 

New York Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods dally from New York 
auctions very cheap. Kememoer the number.* 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
tnd other similar sounding titles. Be net de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See tnat the name 
at Hnz & Schmidt, 5.1s Commercial st _ is on tbe 
wrapper. Huo & Schmidt. Successors to P. i, 
OelUy, Agents. v 

■ 4 

But no Sewiko Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Sufles, Agent, 27 New 
Montgomery street. Grand Hotel Building. 

Rents Collected 

By the Beat, Estate Associates. 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. s 



Besc Quality or Dogskin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored In a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gsdsby, 585 Market, near Second. u 

Artificial Limbs, 

Memo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly*s 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, San 
Francisco. z 



San Fbascisco Stall.— Nos. CO and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, seU fine meats at cash less than 
any other place In the city. u 

Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Coldi 

Aad all similar infiiotioaa speedily and sorely 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Electric*' Baths. 10 Poet 

Street. Masonic Temple. 



3F*or Washing 

Shirts, $1 50 per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. 
Watches. 

Tbe finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale In this city Is 
offered by 3. W. Tt/cxkb & Co. Also, a huge 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topac. Ametbyst, Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl aod Etruscan Seta, etc., all of 
which will be sold at tbe very lowest prises, 



QUINCY HALL 

Clo t Iiiu. a: Emporium, 

517 and 549 Wanhlnfrton street, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays ! 



aa if made to order, at prices ranging 
from 

815 to S13 

Gerts* FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks. Valises, Traveling £>atcbel?, Oh-„ on Bhle 
at the lowest price;, a** Call and be convinced. 
p. f. aiOHBHAHpr. [de4 lm] t. c#. biltt. 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

A-rTOKWEY A.T LAW 

(Avocnt Fransati,) 
No. 020 Washington Street, Boom 17, 

ap26 (Bet. Montgomery and Kearny). 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda Conntj 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 



SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND OONVEY 
anoer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
ro, directly opposite tbe Oonrt House. 
FARMS aod HOMESTEADS for £ale andjtp lot 
T»rioua parta of Alameda county. 



Ddlo 1 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



A LASGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands and Uprights, 

A. BOHD. Pari,, jaat received, 

FKOM SSOO TO «SOII UPWARDS, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

Wew Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Also, a large aasortment of Sheet Mosic, Muaioal 
InUrnmente. Fancy Gcoda, etc. delStjal 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO . • 
all ^the affairs of life be Bore and consul t .''l 
PROFESbORDAHM. the moat popular of 
Astrologers, at No. 681 Oaliforma street, 
Ke » ra r. oo2 tf 



.bore 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MMJE. PON?. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
. »m P *r" ilul Indies' Underwoar. FRENOU OOE- 
OJLTS of all Drioea and qnalttles. ready mad. and 
««, order. Hi. « 3I BA0 RA MEBT8 S TREET, 
below SearDT.fX^ ^mmwssmm ^aCttMaaa jallm 



THE CLIFF HOUSE 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKER! 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIGNS! 



APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LTJNCHEl 

DINNERS AND EUPPIES. 

BRING TOl'R WIFE! 

liKIXG 1TOTJB. FAMILI! 

1SRIXG lOl'K LADI TEIEXIM 

AndflDJoyaviewof the FINEST OCEAN PAfl( 

RAilA IN THE WORlD, all in bight of 

the wtrld-re Downed 

Golden Gate, 

With a Qeet of white-winged messengers enteric 
from fcytrj piirt of the commercial world. 

•V New Line Bosses, conoect.ee with StiM 
Cars a>. Looe MonntaiD every 15 luiootes hereafU 
for tbe Cliff Houte. Fare 2.S cents. 



jr. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH,' 

Cor. Second aod Tehama street** 

t~ Terrapin coaatantly on baao 
Oysters in every style, PRIVAT) 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTOta. 

tab SI lm 



TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Pine Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Stews 

WEDNESDAYS and FBIDATI 

Families aod Parties supplied to order. nolS 



GEORGE MATES; 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. CLAMS 
andall kinds of HHHLL J-'ISHL. 
StallsNos. -iO, 41, 43, California 1 
Market, entrance od Caliiyroia street. **-- 

Poblic or prirate parties and familtet supplied 
from 6 a. M. to 12 P. ai. Ladies' and Oen'lemeo': 
Oyster Room opsd from 6 a.m. to 12 P.M. del32w 

SODA AND SELTZER WATER! 

713 Broadway. 

PRICES 
REDUCED 

The Steam 8od» 
jffunn huve re- 

'"l^^lrSflu-om SI 50 to 

50c. per Doz. 

deUlm 

AMERICAN & CO'S 

COSTBKATIOS OF 



CUNDURANCO 



GESATEST BLMD_POTIHEE KSOWK 

J7JDOESIED BY VICE-PRESfDEJIT 

Hi ')oifax ana Nod. G*orge C. GorhfljD. A OT- 

' it -irerc.ri'AX' I r I. \, SVHIII.1S, 

HIIEPMATISjr .'H'J NKL"]1ALU \. 
TIUXS. SKIN IlISEAsrs. etc. Price, ll»|it: 
bott'.». S ■! 1 bv all Dnicjdtta. 

KEDINGTOS, HdSTETT/'.R « CO.. 

Agents, San Frunchtfo. 






3V©x^7- Seeds 



PLANTS. , 

JDST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NEW 
Alfalfa Clover Seed. HvnciDtta Glassebs DatcQ 
Bnlbs, etc. Always od band, a fine assortment of 
SEEDS, BULBS. PLANTS, ecc. California 
Tree Needs; also. SEEDS OF PALMS, Aus- 
tralian Com Trees, fruit Trees, at the OLD 
.VTAJND. ■tySeod for a Catalogue. 

E. JC. MOOBE, 
Importer of Seeds, Bulbs, Plaota, etc, 
ool83na 433 "Waahinirton st., San FraBcisco. * 




STAPLET0N, HATTER, 

de25] 1»4 KK1RXT STREET. a* 



A MAS BON-BONS! 

SANTA CJLAX'S' H£ABQUAKTJCBS. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES, TOY6. AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety >( * i ods in their line, 
new aod fresh, for sale che an j - 

CANTY A WAGXEB'S, 
del2 10t Montgomery's treet, aesr Sutter. 

D. MENDES'S RED LION 
SALOON, 319 Commercial •»., 
bet. Battery and Fro nt, w hore he 
will serve a HOT LTJNOH be- 
tween the hoars of 11 and I p.m. : 
dso the choicest Wines and Liq- 
uors. Boelish Als and Porter alwara en draught. 
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To conclude with Kelly * Leon's Liurleso.ne of 

• YIIOP8IS OF ABOl'MOTi 
"Due is » world of el range chance*. Fiatban. Emperor of i from the viol dos of lb a m-ilii'urto : pathetically e'ks protec- 
China r»i** it tn [,)■ nooor bj a Iraek of fortune, lea ir-n tbo lion of tn» f-.mperor. who la poworlaae to **»«•. although wall 
o»d proverb. ' UrtfcA'y rest* the naa.) ihti nnn » cr.m, ' (fit- I i , j» niii mtu Jin Fiak. Jay Gould, Judge Sawyer, r.et.ato- 
r*o«l4 e*llta.*omee for net: to nothing Bat tbo | Sargent and ntoer tofloantlal (mnU«in»D Wh»o doap.i'iog of 
etoeweery bs.oe asaee Ibat he is on American mod no Chinese. I succor in any shape, an »f»nn« of «mc-ap« ii opened by the cnief 
Oar.nfora kijiifC-M froea I ha to mm so bard, a rebellion break* 1 c iBtptrrn'or, tnd Alt three— Eniparor. Princes', and Mandaiiu. 
oat url the Eap*rar'i erown and n«ad at* both in dang-r i gi -d'j avail theme'lvee of ad eDgrgetuent with Macguire a or 
Ima tbo wrath of t&e lf»war order- li-an-puD ■ . i-a* Jap u /«; jrn to tbotr not it« land. 

fui f"ficc*«t. aa<l Ka-k.-ka-ko. a Maclvrlo aiao at* to daagaa! 

Ft-M-IIAX. in-'»in oflbioa. *fHm» t«Mtnm to th*> bttnble walk* of life, jet miiiai to craab tb* i»b«!lioo ard 

i ho DO* Cllj I^OArtAr: barina* no •impatrtf' with Tw***l or any o'h»r man KDWlfi K KI.I.Y 

KR-KIKA-KO.CbinA*o Maedarin, a oImud* fallow, focd ot PictOilAl Papo" Ji- H. HOLD.**WOK I H 

KO-Kit-KH.M, i.'Apuin of K*n-i-han'aOu*»d». ACoDiplrator.doAtboo oil Ian acd o:dar W. BAKK 

Kf>H-Kt-HI,annlherof tbo aamo aort WI TON 

K'J-FI-tll-K '. a i;omp:rator wnh ACArpot bA« fall of ascle a Police B-.ll*. C:iarUr«, ate., alwaja on baod to to to on Ratl- 

road Bllla... b. A.SHT05 

HI-tK-Kl ^. a Conspirator, tbo man wbo baw wbottrncll Billy Pat tenon <*. KKmP 

I'HTN-CHIN-nHOW-DfR. a ConapirAtor. know* alUbose worth koowng— a koowio« follow GBOROK RKVNul.Ds 

lil-KO-KI'M-Kl, a ' , or»pirator. does tbo ontaida basinoaa. sttocdi to iho German rot* 1 , etc UUAKLES KEYNOI DS 

K«_»W-W 1 jt;-KK-V.»('oo«wrator. oatof th» B'hon .... .. n. H tOSTUR 

i. E-A>'-\IC ll-T<>> , I'nnce*a In tbo Boitoof Fo-m-bao, idiii* joung womis, Aoxiooa to ttcepe from CbioA end iti 

Robolliona lo bocome A femalo brolcor in Now York i_*t:<>>" 

Onarda, Ohinn*o Shopkeepers. AtUedaeU.i 



The PUno used is from the house oi aohjor. Qbase ft Co., 033 Clay street, stents for the celobrsted Ohlckorltiz Piano 



The Date i Lawe. 

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Mill ItU MURPHT, Mill MNNT HEINE 

Mill MITTIE WILlll, Mill CLARA H4U. 

Mill {. U RUE, Mill ANIIUNE 

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THK COMICAL COHEDIAHS. 

IOWDE1C, SPRAGDE. 

DIAMOND. FORREST. 

HARRIGAN, EVANS, 

A.1D OUR CHAMPION COIIFDIAN 

ihjghet ad o n t o so- 

WHOOP LA! WHOOP LA! 



Dancing Scotchman! 



TbeDmoIng Scotchman..., 

Jenny M:Uorald 

Mr. AicUOfisId. 

Mr'.HcOooAld 

Tbo Sou'ptor 

Tbo &rdoot Lnrar ... 



Olhor Ohsraetera hr tha *Jomp*r>t. 
Look out for Dick O Net.'a new Moral 8»n«ation Play, 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 



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Amelia Deea 

Mr. Morton 

Mrs. 1-owdoa 

Mr. Pot-rest 

Mr.Bprsfne 



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<> nil purl* of the hoaae 

r MtHT Kb* PKiVATE BOXES. 

Prlvnle Boxes tja AO und SIS 

■W Doors open si 1 o'clock. Curtain rlsea at At3:l\ 



faoific lodoino hodse. [GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 817, 319 & 321 PINEStRET 



( 7TLATEDROOMS 

V» svpaaliol siufi im-; comfort, la A Or*- proof 

£.',. ;17 » and SO ct«. I 

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GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And CollcB*3 of Medlcloe. 

IM C\C\S\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
1 w.\'Uv |t« obiectB to be seflh. Goon to the 
PuhUoDAV AND ^lGUT t al tUREKA HALL, 
U1B Honiftomery atroot. FOR MEN. ONLY. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

HAIHAUMTO. 
Hr, ,T«i». Proctor, ...I..ea*ce utid Mnruntcr 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
the piesoDt manscoment coromencod on tbo 
lfitb September, and during the occasional visile 
of ths company to Sen Joae, Stockton nod Marjo- 
Tille, 
The Theutre cna bo Rented by Flrat- 
claaa Rnt«.-i-| itlnmenta, 
brapplicntion to THOS. BAKER. Eso;.,atHMt- 
intra i. (Jo'n BanklOK Houno, corner of S«cond and 
J etroota. SAcrAmi.oto. or to JOsUPH PKOOI'OR, 
MotropoliUn Theatre. Bo22tf 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIUGINIA tiTY, NF.TAXIA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN BE- 
dooorated, und can be rent ud by tbo night or 
by ths week. Htars and traveling coninnnion 
liberally treated With on application by letter 

JOHN pipj-:k. 

do37 tf Manager and sole Proprietor. 



HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS, ON 
low terms. It is located on tho prinoipa 
street, will seat 600 persons, and has a good stage. 
Maaio furnished— a fall orchestra jf needed— on 
most reaeonablo termn. Apply to W. O LLOYD 
Peialuma, or at this olQoe. atJH 2m 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 
MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Oor. Montgomery ,nd Pine ifereeta. 

IMMENSE VARIKTy OF JAPAN A CHINA 
Cood«, Ado Fr.uch Kanuv Articles, etc.. eto. A 
largo etock ol fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

VIVE PBR CENT. MORE WILL BE ADDED 
OB ail PuhdiI Property Tax,, romti&iag on- 
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JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A URGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
tbe newest pattern; Gold aod Silver Wat.cbes (roin tho 
moat reliable manafuctoried: udJ Fellows', Masonic, A, P A., 
Eastern Star, Ked Mob, and all otbor Badges, Markm. Pins, 
etc., always on hand in great variety, wholesale und rotoil. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



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THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OF 
the Rooky Mountains "' tbo host editions of the works of 
the great Painters and Rntfi-avors, comprising the leading „»*.. 

English, French, German and Italian 



Together with a choice selection from aming the best and 
latest American Illustrated WORKS OF ART, POliTRV, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE- Also, bandeomely boand sod 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American. 
Englrah and foreign authors, together with a larga assortment 
of Books sellable for Libraries, snd a general sssortmsnt of 
JUVENILE'S Picture Hooka, Albums, Bibles, Prayer Books, 
etc.. etc. For sale at very low prices by 

H. H. MOORE, 

•09 Monttoaxrr street, aear Mcrchaat. 




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Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure. _ 
Tsan, Anti-Divorce, Wsleoms, Oogiiae, Arrae) 



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Ooooa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco. Appetiaer 
Roman NecUr. Aurora, Farewell. Jamaica Rnm. Klrtohwasser 
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THURSDAY JANUARY 4, 1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 



metropolitan Thcntre, 

■.Neck and N«ck" itlrUDnicc well, evtrjone'i 
eorioatty baring been ex,-lf«d by ton report* 
those wbohave!wltoeaa*d the naoging, tbs mnr 
dsra and othsr f notations with wbioh tbe pises 
aboundf. To-morrow evenirjy. E. T. Sution 
wboaeactiog is lbs role of WalUr Wilmartb has 
bt«D generally admired, will take sbenirlt, and 
tee rsany friend* be bai mad* during hii ehcrL 
etay bora will do tboirbeatto mike it a bomptr. 
California Theatre, 

•'Eileen Que" will be withdrawn aftfrtbla week; 
it will be played at tbe matinee on Saturday. On 
Monday olgbt, James Carden. a very popular mero. 
berof tbe California Tbeatre companj, will take 
e benefit prior to bia departure fcr Australia, aod 
on Taeiday erening, Madame Vecetta will make 
bar Brat appearance in English tragedy, as Lady 
Macbeth. 
Alhambra Theatre. 

A bri'Uaot flrit Ipart, comprieiog ballade by S. 
Holdawortb, Edwin Kelly and others, and conclud- 
ing witb RaateU'd "Mao tbe Life Boat," with 
scenic effects, is followed by an attractive inter- 
lu le in wblcb Leon aod Kelly appear and tbe Rey- 
nolds Brothers perform a doable song sod dance. 
The eitraragaot barletque of "Cbisg Obow Ut' 
terminates tbe evening's amusement aod need* 
tb* audience borne Id high gocd burner. 

Belln Union. 

In tbe fir*t part. Mat Kelly, Lon McOart**, Obria 
Mathews, Tommy Bree, Mies Josephine, May Le- 
roy, Carne Armstrong, Minnie Fillmore and others 
preaeota pleas ng melange ot oon.lc and aenti- 
meota) melodioa, ending with a walk-around. 1 bis 
is followed by ao Interlude, in which the vivacious 
and talented little Miss Maggie Knight appears in 
character songs and dances; Leon Samwelland 
Montague in gymnastic feate; Clara Starr axd 
Fanny Garretson in favorite ballads, and others 
in attractive performances. "L* Homme Saurage" 
concludes the entertainment. 
Theatre Comlqae. 

The talented Frank Jonee, Mike Quion. Harry 
Howard. Jake Wallace aod Tommy Rosa make a 
Btrong team of comedians and give a capital pro- 
gramme of Bongs, dances and acts. The ladies of 
the company are popular favorites: Rosa Vln- 
ceot, Nellie Leooard, Blanche, Eva Willis, Miss 
Hester, Ida Flsk aod Miss Amanda, appear in 
pleasing ballads and attractive dances. Tbe bill 
for to-night appears on our fi»>t page. 
The Oxford. 

Little Jimmy Hall is decidedly worth seeing; 
hie songs and dances draw great appiauBe nightly. 
Amelia Dean, Lizzie Harmon, Carlove, the Dutch 
Leon, and many others appear is a varied pro- 
gramme, concluding with .Horatio Nelson's very 
clever pantomime of "The Dancing Scotchman,' 
wL.ch oansea roars of laughter. 
Pavilion Skating Rtok* 

Public assemblioB every Tuesday, Thnrtdsyand 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wedoesday, and Sat- 
urday afternoons, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day evenings. Olub assemblies the other morn- 
ings, afternoons and eve&ings of the week. Pro- 
fesaors Lovettond Gallic Ourtls give an exhibi- 
tion every evening at 9 o'clock. 
Anatomical .Unseam, 

The Florentine Tonus is tbe admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
Ban Francisco. 7ne Dying Zoaave is an exquisite 
piece of mechanism; tbe De Cbaillien Gorilla 09- 
tonisbes tbe beholder, and thousands ofcariosi- 
t iee too nameroas to median are on exhibition 



The Man Without an Advertise ment. 

Talk about a woman without a baby, a 
man without a wife, a ship without a rud- 
der, a dog without a tail, a glasa without a 
oocktail in it I What is the lack of each one 
of these individuals or things to that of a 
man without an advertisement? He is a 
hopeless case — "a gone-in community."' 
Talk of his being successful in business 1 
You might as well talk ol ascending to tbe 
moon on a greased moonbeam. Yon never 
f oe a man get fat who doesn't advertise. He 
hasn't money enough to purchase material 
that fat is composed of. People ' point at 
him in the streets and flay, "Yon Caseins 
has a lean and hungry look." He isn't 
married— of course not. No angel that 
wears back hair and crinoline would ever 
think of uniting her fate to that of such a 
man. It may, however, be consoling to bim 
to reflect that, when he dies, he will be ad- 
vertised at last, and gratuitously at that. 



Killing two Birds with one Stone. 

A bereaved and Borrow stricken His- 
flouri husband sent for a minister to come 
and preach the funeral sermon of his de- 
ceased wife, and at the same time unite him 
to a plump and gushing comforter. 



X>o Ton Know 

That with Bcttebjck's Patterns you can cut 
and moke any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Doming, agent, office of tbe Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, Son Francisco. • 

Mrs, C Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. i 



Latest New York Styles- 

Everything depends npon the style In which 
a garment le made and fitted. Ladles can be 
sure ol procuring "the style," In dresses or 
cloaks, by applying to Miss S. D. Myers, lately 
from New York, at 120 Post st. near Kearny, bh 
"Wriftt Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat 
ionized by everybody. 



Barst Premium Millinery. 

The last "'^ebonies' Fair awarded the first 
premium *. superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship In the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowles of the '-New House." 11* Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle's stock Is unsurpassed by any in 
.he city, and her prices are very reasonable, bh 



Too Improbable. 

In an article on tbe probable scarcity of 
water next Summer, tbe Hartford Post tells 
the following capital story: a 'A ^'ood many 
years ago when ice In Summer was a rarity 
in cities and an unheard of thing in the 
country, a good deacon of a rural church 
was charged with bav.Dg got decidedly fud- 
dled on tbe 1th of July in New York. He 
was arraigned for his misconduct. With 
tears in his eyes bu confessed )i is fault, but 
pleaded in extenuation that it was a prodi- 
giously hot day, and the Vernon and ice in 
the punch did look so cool and inviting that 
ho couldn't resist the temptation, and he 
supposed he actually did drink to intoxica- 
tion. A low-browcd brother on a back seat 
listened attentively bat incredulously to the 
defence, and at its conclusion rose. "I 
haint no objection,'' said he, *to a man's get- 
ting drunk if he owns up to it and is sorry 
for It; that's a thing a man's liable to, and 
p'raps sometimes be can't help it, but when 
tbe deacon cornea in here and undertakes to 
excuse himself in such a way as that, talk- 
ing about seeing ice in July, I go for jerk- 
in' him out for lyinV 



A Plena) ng Experiment. 

Young men who go to see girls, have 
adopted a novel method for obtaining kisses. 
They assert, on tbe authority , of scientific 
writers, that the concussion produced by a 
kiss] will cause the flame of a gas jet to flick 
er, and easily induce the girl to experiment 
in tbe interest* of set nee. The first kiss or 
twe, the parlies watch the flame to see it 
flicker, tnt s on become so interested in 
the experin ent as o let it flicker il it wants 
to. 



A Chicago SaAeter. 

A man tl at cries to locate his land with- 
out theinteiTe ition of an agent, finds that 
he spends mo e money in bis Beaich than 
the agent's lees would amount to. Fiobably 
your best plan would be to go to Col. Le- 
ander Bansom, laud locating agent, 522 Mont- 
gomery street, who can give you the inform- 
ation you require. 



Killing them Off. 

"How wonderful!" exclaims an unknown 
philosopher, "are the laws governing the 
human existence. Were it cot for the 
tight lacing, all civilized countries would be 
overrun with wumen." 



Quite Bight. 

"Positive oold, comparative cough, sup- 
erlative coffin," answered a bright scholar, 
when his teacher told him to compare the 

adjective oold. 

♦ —i .1 

Out Of Repair. 

A man commenting npon the ruins of 
Pompeii said It was a very imposing city, 
but very much out of repair. 



What They Do. 

To keep warm en a cold day, women dou- 
ble up the cape, and men double tbe born. 



A poet says: "Oh, she was fair butser- 
row left its traces there," What became 
of the rest of the harness he does not 

state* 

» 

Extract frem the last French novel: The 
countesB fell back in a deadly swoon. When 
she revived her spirit had fled. 



The wife oi Mehemet Ali requires five 
hundred oamels to transport her luggage 
when she goes to the springs. 



Elegunt Presents for the .Holiday* 

Economy is weattb. Haio & Pollard nave f'O.f'OO 
too much stock oa hand, hioh most be Bold dur- 
ing the Bolidaj season, and to .neure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers* prices. Their old customers 
will please leoolleot \ant their new store is at No. 
7 Kearny etreet. 1" 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. "Wjxboti, 213 Drumm 
etreet, between Clay and "Washington . b 



Dickey '» Creme de La-Is. 

TJulteB the characters ol an admirable Cos- 
metic and elegant Dentifrice. Every bottle is 

warranted. 9 



Posltlrely 

Those fine goods. Watches asp .Tewxlet, at 
806 Market street, are being Bold dally at net 
cost. The stock will be closed out. j? 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. C3 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry of all binds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Je welry. b 

A New Thine In Oysters. 

Joe GiuE-ta, 105 California Market, fronting 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at m y Lour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and Ret GluBtl's fresh opened oysters to eae on 
Bundajs, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

P. Douslas .& Co's 

Useful Holiday Presents 1 Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, 145 pieces, 930; French China deco- 
rated Toilet Set, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, it pieces, $10. u 



BOO Pairs ot Socks, 
At all prices, ti the What Cheer Laundry. * 

Job's lee Cream Saloon. 

The beet place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
tbe theatre to get fine Oysters, Ioe Cream and 
Fancy Osndies is at No. 317 Rears? street, between 
Pine and Bush. The old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on bond. 



The Best Farm Wa^on. 

Tbe Mitchell Thimble Skein Form , Wagon Is 
the best ; over 500 sold on this coast. Mills 
& Evans, Agents, 503 Market street. as 

Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the oars of the O. P. R. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioaso 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco pri ces. • 

Holiday Candles. 

Tbe beat selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Toys and Fane; Boxes at the most reasonable 

{.rices, at J. Yogeley A Bros.. Candy Mann factory, 
26 Kearny st., near Butter, and 46 Stcond et. sf) 



WOMAN'S RIGHTS. 

BY COBKaTLirS DOWD S'pLjJSS, 
Burroo! for tbe lime that is com In' 

Whin ladles tball vote like the min ; 
Ocb, won't the polls be s-bloomln' 

Wid niters and crinoline thin ! 
Election day thin I am tbiLSm' 

Will be tbe gr«at day tf the year, 
Wbln lusalea and lad» will be dbrlnkln' 

Together the candidates' beer. 

What's tbe use to wrangle wid Biddy 

About woo the livln* ahall make ! 
An' sure if 'twill pli.ee her I'm riddy 

To i;iv« up the hod for her sake, 
An' be stay In' all day at the shanty 

To 'tiod tba domebtle affairs, 
A-bolliu' tbe bale an' pertitles, 

An' mmdlu" the rips an' the taira. 

Thin whin else ion approaches, 

An' the lauBtea are nurcbln' tbe ebtrate 
Wid big b>nds of mnslc an' ton-lies, 

An* Biddy Is standin' the trate, 
I'll be on the eldewslk hur:o.>ln' 

For me own darlln' Biddy McFlynn. 
Wid a cholld In me arms, an' a-drawln' 

A cab wid another one in. 

An' whlo she le makln' her spaches 

Before the great min ef tbe land, 
Sure, thin I will liu'i her my breectes, 

An sit by her side on the Bhtand. 
An' after she's done wid her talkin', 

Och, thin bow the people « ill cheer, 
An' off to the polls be a-walkln' 

An' votin' for Biddy my dear ! 

An' whiu all the votin' is over, 

An' Biddy's elected, bure thin 
I'll live like a pig in the clover, 

Wid Honorable Mrs. McFlynn ; 
The shanty I'll quickly be leavin' * 

An' livin' wid ilbgant taste, 
Wid a horee an' a shay for me dbrivii*, 

An' a nigger to war on the baste. 

It's nlver a lie I am thpakin", 

But thrue ivery vrora that I fay; 
It's mesilf 'twould nlrer be takln' - 

The rights of the ladieB away. 
If a lassie thiukin' It pre per, 

Should shoulther the mortar an' brick, 
Bad luck to the thafe thai would sbtop her! 

I'd black bis two eyes party qulcs ! 

Tbe woy is for all to kape aiey. 

An' give to the ladieB their way ; 
Taej 'il ti Ip up an' vcte like a daisy, 

Nc matter what blackguards may say ; 
An" thin should they tfllce be satin,* 

Or twirlln the pick Bn' tbe ebpide, 
An' for us the livin' be m&hin', 

Who tares, so the livin" is made? 



Two HiruDBED People Out the Paeeb* 
Levee.— The Marysville Standard of Decem- 
ber 29th aavB: Two hundred people in die- 
guise, armed with the necessary tools, pro- 
ceeded to the month of Batte slongh on 
Wednesday night at 12 o'clock, when they 
out tbe levee sufficiently to give the water a 
chance to do tbe rest of the desired work, 
and which soon made a cut four or five hun- 
dred feet in length. The eame party also 
made & second cut in the Hanson meadow. 
As the water at the levee was from twenty to 
thirty feet in depth, and was set back a dis- 
tance of twenty miles, the reader cm ima- 
gine what an immense Sow of water was 
created. The driver of the Colnsa stage 
reported yesterday, at 10 o'clock, a rise of 
ten or twelve feet at tbe stone bridge, and 
rapidly rising. The immense tules, hereto- 
fore kept from overflow by this levee, will be 
ten feet under water this morning; and it is 
probable that much stock will be drowned. 
The parties interested in the levee have kept 
a night watch along the line of the work since 
the advent of high water, in anticipation of 
a raid. There were twelve men on watch 
when the cutting was done. 

Strencer, Stop : 

Go to Mr. Reubold, 316 Burb street, If you 
waht boots made in style ar d of the best mate- 
rial, hiB a well known tact that boots made to 
order, are thccheapeBt in the end. a 



Or. Barlow' J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
ever; Friday evening, commencing at 73*, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California St., and examinee 
patients phrenologically as to health. q 

The Luvxiirlea of Life. 

The una who does not care what he eats, is 
not worth much as a man. The greatest poets in 
the world bave glorified good living. The best 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by tbe 
terrapin stews, artistically, prepared Eastern and 
California oyBters, ojBter omlettesond other del- 
icacies served under the aole supervision of the 
genial Winant, and Oharlev Haoke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Ojster Silicon, at tbe famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon, So. .137 Bush street aoov 
the Albambra. It is a favorite resort of epicares 



CTew Furnlshns Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Oheei La undry. * 

If Von want Good Beef, 

Go to SUU 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 

Go and See Tbem. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed.room furniture 
at J.A.Sbaoer iCo.'B, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lowej 
than ever before In San Francisco. y 

m 

J3r. Uoherty 

Has devoted lib study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and aa such 1b 
now tbe most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramen'o street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A. Word to Strangers, 

The best and cheapest restaurant in the city 
is the Delmonlco Restaurant, il Second etreet, 
where flrst-claBS cooks and the beBt of every 
thing in tbe market are to be found. s 

To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" band-made, 
sonr-maeh stimulant— so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— Ib at No. 605 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 806 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. & 

-* — ■ — 

Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they con 
keep Christmas and New Tear's holidays, cos fare 
sumptuously at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There the; can find every 
luxury of the season : the oboioeet wines, and tbe 
most experienced of cooks and attendants. The 
nrivate rooms fer dinner and sapper parties, are 
the admiration ot all who nave seen them, 



Ease and Luxury, 

We overheard a lady say tb e otber day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
mt a splendid team of borsee and a Clarence — 
just lite what they send you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine esse and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now bas the very Qneet carnsges in the Btate. 
There Jr a prlva'e carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding cal's: the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and lor the tbeatre and o pera; the 
Landans and splendid six-seat Boccawayti for 
drives on tne road and ordinal y business. Leave 
your orders for ei'ber of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Fran* Eoutcn, or at the stable*. 
101 C Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. o 

Alter the Bella Union 

Comique and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Eearny, kept for the lost eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese made cigar In 
tbe store, but every otber brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to th« finest Imported Havauas. 
A fine stock of handsome meer-chaum pipes, 
cigar-holders aid other articles Euitable for 
presents durlnfl the ciming holidays. Every- 
tblrg at pTlceB to suit the times. l 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[BuEJoess cords Inserted in this Directory (fn 
alphabetical order) for 91 per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left out four times a month. J 

.apothecHrtea. 

Wood, W. H., Second street, correr Mission. 

Auctioneer*. 
J. Terry ±Oo., (furniture) U09 and 3!1 Pine street. 

Booksellers and btatlonera. 
Batemoo. H. 0., 203 Kearny, cor. Setter. 
Hitchcock. Geo. B. A Co., 413 and 415 Sonssme. 

Business Colleges. 
Heald'e, Bryant A M nit ton, 24 Post. 

Batchers. 
Lnmsden,- John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter etreet side. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 6 and 9, California Market. 
Katz, Fred, Stalla 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brass Founderles. 
Weed A Kingwejl, California, 125 First st. 

Cigars and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Ooben & Sperliug, 320 Battery. 
Hsvasa Cigar Company, 311 Battery. 
Pcarlman, A. M„ cor. juncture Sanaome and Mar- 
ket, acd Ellis and Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magory A Co., isaccesaore to H. M. Lockwood A 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
Warsbawski, J., 410 Kearny street, cor. Pine. 

Crockery. Glassware, etc. 
Douglas P. A Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners. 
Weston'e Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candles, etc. 
Mercer's, 516 Kearny, and 127 Second street 

Cntlers. 
Price, M., 415 Kearny et., Factory, 10 Stevenson st 

Becalomanle Depot* 
Mrs. Cotter, 70 Silver street, near Third, 

Employment Office*. 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Olay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Goods. 
Locan A Co., 19 Mentgomnry. 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
B. F. Osborn A Co., 749 Market. 

Harness and Sp ddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. A Co..*] I'M sod 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Ten Court, John F-. 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Freud, m'f'tr A inventor, 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Hainan Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Socond street. 

Jewelry.. 

Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 

Dinkelspiel, S. B. A Co., (agents for United State 

Watch Co.) 313 Bush. 

Ladles* and Children's Goods, 
Donnenberg (Infants' Wardrobes), 24 Montgomery 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hinz, 6 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Music and Hatlcal Instruments. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store,NewMontg'y,n'r How'd 
Keene, C. C, mftr. aocordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble Works, 
Daniel, John A Co., 421 Pine street. 

Maccaronl Mannfaclurers. 
Briguardello, Maccbiavello A Co., 706 Sonsome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Produce Commission Merchants. 
Mugan A Moran. corner Drumm and Olay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

JSldlng Academies. 
LuBk'e, 737 Fohiom street, bet. Third and Fourth! 

Restaurants. 
Philadelphia Re Btanraot, 408 Pine Btreet. 

Sewing Machines* 
Elliptic, 27 South Mod t somen. 
Wheeler A Wileon, 427 Montgomery. 
Willcox A Gibbs, S. M, Co.. 113 PoBtst. 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary Etreet. 

Slivered Crystal Door Pla . 
George F. Fuller, 631 Saorameuto etreet. 

Stoves and Tinware* 
Brown, Charles. 724 Market. 
Lewie A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Sickfer, Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brebher, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street 

Wines and Iilquors (wholesale). 
Daneri F. A Co., 504 Front. 



NEVER FAILS! 

PKICE, SI OO F£B BOTTLE. 
A McBOYLE A CO.. DRUGGISTS, CO* 

Washington street, one door above Sansonte, 
Agents, deS lm 




The inventor of this really wonderful TONIC 
after a series of years and experiments, bos suc- 
ceeded in bringing before tbe public all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have carefully tested and examined your 1 X L 
Bitters, and bnd that tbey cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial oa a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. Holland. 

Ottt akd Cottnty Hospital, San Francisco, 
June 20tb, 1671. — 1 sboold judge that the 1 X L 
Bitters niQBt be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Lose of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, and are of the createst efficiency 
in their oure.— F. H. Ekgelb, M. D., Ass't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary 0. A O. Hospital. 

Statk Ab&ayzb's OFFICE, Ban Frsncisoo, July 
21st, 1S71. —I have made a carefnl examination of 

?onr 1 X L Bitters, and have found tbem entirely 
ree of deleterious miner" 1 ■ u-.tturcee.— Voors 
eto., ,?jrr>ti'S!ste AeeaysT. 

Beware of Counterfeits ! None genuine 
without the eiirnattire of Dr. Henley across the 
top of esob bottle. For sale everywhere. 

If. EPSTEIN <fe CO., Sole Proprietors, 
auS tf CIS Front street, S. F. 




10 2 1 



'T*HA,T IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO» 8 

Second etreet, there are more perfect-titling 
better and cheaper Shirts Bold at retail than in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in selling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated that 

IHI PgOJLJ 1IHE XH3MI 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

■Jo* 8 Second street* 

jy!91m BENEDICT AGO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

3T.E, cor. Jackson and Kearny its. 

THE GREAT EBADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
O'tMPLAINTJS, formerly of Lock Hospital, 
London, nine yeirs in Sacramento, and the last; 
ten years io S»n Francisco. HiB RETURNED 
TO PRACTIOE. After devotinjr 40 years of bis 
life to professional practice, ana tbe sni cessfol 
treatment of those CHRONIC DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, be deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 
the remainder of his days to quiet-life enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from the 
onfferiuR everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined btm to visit onoe more the 
scenes of his early triumphs, Lock Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and Inform him- 
self of all the new methods of treatment in tbeir 
celebrated institution, and then give s few more 
years of bis life to the alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He ie atrsin located at bis old office, cor- 
ner Jackson and Kearny streets, where for 10 years 
previous his praatice as a SPECIALIST resulted 
in tbe oure of all cases brought undsr hiB care. 
Tbe Doctor's motto Is "honorable sod successful 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

Bit. r HAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets. 
del 2 tf San Francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 



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derful Fortnnn Teller in the world, can . 
be fonnd at >'o. 9tf*> Pacific street, between * 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, cores all diseases and Bpells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
and look to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jy 13 lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 



DELIOlOtS rLATOK. 

ILL KEEP ONE TEAR. IE YOU WANT 
tbe seed, buy one. price, Sl.OO. For stile 
by GEORGE HUGHES, »13 a id 3,5 Wwbing- 
ton street. d,20 L'w 



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C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda Comity 

AND REAL ESTATE ABENT, 

SEAROHEK OF RECORDS AND OeNVEY- 
Moer.- Office in Smith's new Hill, San Leaa- 
ro, directly opposite the Ooart House. 
FARMS end HOMESTEADS lor sole »nd to let 
Y.rioas parte of Alameda county. *p2Srlm 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUBNISHZD BOOMS. SIN- 
gls or in suits, 



Well Lighted and Ventilated* 

Untarnished Rooms to let Lodging with 

or without board, at.hambbi BOTLDING, 
■«r» Bush street. 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. US? SKAK1VT 8TKEET, 

Adjodomg the Weed Sewinq Maohtke Stoee. 

gentlbmen's shirts made to order 
and dts guaranteed. Our reputation for 
mokidg PEKF£OT-FITTl IV G SHIRTS 

to order ia well known. Gents' Fnrniehine Goods 
St the lowest rats. jy23 tf 



HOLIDAY_CANDIE8. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES, 
Oornecopise, Candy Toys, and everything for 
the Little Folks,at Mercer's Pioneeer ' 'andy Man- 
ufactories, 51S Kearny street, and 1ST Second 
street. Country orders filled to any extent, de" t 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
moo. 737 Folsom st,, 
bet, Third and Fourth. 
d«15 tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEBE OF CALIFORNIA. 783>j; „ 
Market street, between Third and f 
Fourth, Sou Franaiico. Manufacturer V 
of the beat kinds of TRUSSES AND" 5 
SUPPORTERS. Sep- All articles in this line con- 
stantly sn hand, and repair* made st reasonable 
prices. d*22 lm 



AZiij "*-n 



3 •VLANO'* 

COMPOUND 

! Wild Cherry 




• •ia<<*M and Friend* 
HOLIDAY FRtlEKT 

BEAUTIFUL CHROIO.' 
0DKB1IS* 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



METROPOLITAN TIIEATBI 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



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preoedoutod 



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XiA«T WEEK 

EILEEN OGE 

•Dart ..« tit* Hoar Btfore U* Davi." 



AUCARY 4 

n i l n e n oozm 

• UlL i mil * 

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■tat <W «!•••, WTM Ml W sir sag the 

'SarovniMQ Declish Eileen Oge." 

Tha Raima* Raellaa; Irlihau 
Ae4 lea Aartaal Irian Daaca. 

[nymnUora' nun 

I by tee < «M W i earl a fall Oero. da Ball*!, 
aJ.I^Uu! MISS «..»RTV 



1 A rCRDA Y. M I er.leae- 

A OR41D MATINEE. 

Aerate*** »• all part* mt the Iloe«r . Half Pr*r* 

Jaanaryaen— 

BENEFIT OF JAMES CAROEN. 
ix AOnvi prsparai i ■':- 

notJGB kit noih. 



I OnBAT SBNaATION ON* TITB AOB 
"*"—*•» roarraa* unut OAK. 

NECK AND NECK! 

R. .-eev'.f rmtmmti M *•» Tart M eeeraewla. a m a. ,_l aim |a ik. priactoAl rubra *f tka Oertoe, 

■m » i n ia»iii kr '»• Pre*- ui rnw i« ii. n»iATr*r tnnATtoa of a. i»t. ii 

■Wad wrie eee ml laal HMtJ, tnrleAku a patn, 



Execution on tla© 



icalTold 1 






T*e aaaaa Da ar ,||, f Vrae titr BTeeeetae ■ n lb* ftae.. 1 h- fTaA I portreltarr • I kO 

K.xruKss nui.\ u: ii r to h simiKKKU to atoms in vim vitu. 

Wtoa II to paaaajrwd kr • mlracla. Tbea., with nnm-r a. ntbar Ibnllloe. • llaetlaor. render lAlj 

The Moat Intensely Interesting Drama ever offered to the Public. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 4 

All! EVERY IVRWIMI INTII. KL'ni.lEB .In: . 'ISTER8 GREAT DRAMA. 

CTSCR & mscK 



I WALTER W1LMABTH. A Banker. 

] J m Joiioeon. a Drunkard 

■ Cat»*1 D*aid»ii 

I t» r ...chard Frre.ADd. a Banker 



WALTER WltMARTH., 

Jim .tobnion 

Carrol Ixoidui i 

Cart I* Pumpkin 

Blmon Pumps I o 

Sir nit-herd FVeelnnd... 

Adolpbos Darling 

Doctor P-lbim 

■berHT 

F.r-t r»ini»r 



PROLOOUE. 

Clerk MB. E. T. BTsjTSON 

Jabm*M. Bardie | Gilbert Faru-w.>.-ib, the Outlier John WAoderd 

Harry Col ton Sheriff John klfcgulre 

J. H. HcCAbs | Officer*, etc., by too Conipen jr. 

THE r> IR .A. M .a. - , 

MR. E. T. BTIT80J. 

Jhqm U. Herdle I Second r'ifiuM Fred William* 

Walter C-jItoo Flret Offltw J. R Bernard 

J. B. Vinson | Second Officer W. FltiJ.mei 

Willie Stoma I Carrie Miss Kaon* taunt 

J. H. McCAbo I Janoy Uim Maf.fl* Moor* 

Ocoritw IllnckleT I FanoY Mlfs «p«If> Houle 

Orvlllfl Wilton I Urn. iJollTar Mrs. Frank K«a 

Jobo kCasnir* P«g, .be old Wltcb Fanoy Hank- 

J. K. Walter* | Mn. Fa-rnewortb Miss Ada De»ve« 



.FRIDAY EVEXDiG- 



BENEFIT O^* H- T. 8TBT8ON, 




•^Tbe FIado used in tbli Theatre la from Sherman & Hyde'e. corner Kearny and Batter streets. 

»r«*M Cli-clr nnd Orcheatrta SI OOlOullcry. *S Cente 

Funrort Gt» | atafNo extrA charae for Reserved 5«*l». 

•ir Cam will leave the Theatre for the Million and North Beach every night At the cloee of the performance. 





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JLaXrOISJ »M FlT.I.-tl 
MAOGXX XV.UTCiTXT 


THIS EVEKIHG 


JANUARY 4 



«j. ...i w .. i. A .1 i a u. 

"Mtoataa 
I > M > II I M I lAEEIt I II ATM AM 

r««*rll» llaiiad r»-i Hanaltoa 

( RAWD TRIAL DANCE! 

Mil. Jaaaybiaa. . . ^^^J*2S' 5!S 

Maggie Koigut in Her Great Specialties 

Altar arirh. Daah. ' 

Tile Olympic Otvinoa 

v AAMWEI.I.H aa< Rliwm HOHTAOUE. 
Joa.pAn. Ora.nEfhln.anm Chrl. Mathawa 
Oarlaf*— at l>a'.l»a> 'ir.ha.lra 

TERRIFIC IPMtRICAL ASCENSION 

Itt.a ) EUl.EMi: fiERRKTTA. 

DER DEUTSCHE FLEISCHER UHD SEINE LEIBSCHEH 

OARWIE ARMErROWO and .1 H. LARKIW. 

Orta-laal Vfap Clog .Carta Mulhrai 

F.r.rllr anm Ola. 

LaoAbabla Etbloplae KilraTaaaata, 

Unoomfortnhlo Loll (j- 1 mj-ai 

Mat Kallr, Tommp Bra., llarrr TbonpMa. 

IO_"IM)TirwiTH^THni^ 

To conclude wiih |b« Oraod Ballet pAatomttaa •rtUtltd 

L'lOflBB SADTA6B; 

OB, 

THE WILD MAN OF THE WOODS 

Connt Aabrl ...Edwin MaMacm 

Blalza (b(a fait lira) (nliowsr) Lod MoC»rlbj 

Barbarooaae (Lbe Wild Mack.. I^eeo Hin««lti 

Falra guttn Marit Z.iel 

The Bear J. R. Taylor 

DrRIKO TBE P1E<X - 

OR-cVTSIX) BALLET ID'A-OTIOrT 

Arranfed by MISS CARRIE UUAPHAN, 

Aaaiated by the Ladlea of tha Oorpa d* Ballet. Meademet Fanny 

GarreUoa, May Laroy. Macgio Brewer, Minnie Kill- 

mor*. Mlae Joaepbina and Oar. le Armatronf. 

Ooncludlns -*v 1 1 li a Grand Tnblcan 

IN REHEARSAL— The Fairy Extravaganta of 

Tlio I\TyixiiDliiP» of tixo .Etili 






pljli 



Tltffr 



INSURA5CE COMPANY. 

OF BAN FRANCISCO. 

TEC AUrAKECYT WHICH WAH 
blTlaal br Ibla Cnaapaay to provldr far 
lull lararrra by Ibr OREAT < III- 
CAOOriBR. baa now boea puld la fall. 

rolE IIIMIUIII AND riFTV 
TROt'UXD DOLLAR* bare bora Pt- 
aalu«al for aatilcaaeac of Cblcaa> leaacr. 
wblrb aa„ rarpn nAJa.t.d promptly nnd 
paid DOLLAR MR DOLLAR. 

It la tb* paltry of tbla Company to 
Bitot all .f IU abllsatlona IKI.MItt.l- 
■ I.Y, aad It aallclta the palroDaf* of 
Ibr pabllr wa* tfaalre to In.nr.- where 
thary aaa> .blala HOLID RBCCRITTtnao 
FAIR DEALING. 

PRINCIPAL OKIIOE: 

416 and 418 California street. 



SltTATF. TOCCHARD Prealdcnt 

a. a. KITTLE Vice Prealdent 

CBARLEA) D. HAVEN Iiarllm 

ial tm 

rkURIRO LAST WEEK, A PLACE WHERE 
* J all Drink • at* lOc. and of tba beat quality ; 
alao.tba place totat tba beat Hot Scotch Punch, 
Tan. and Jerry, or nixed Aitalu. 

Er.CL.ISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

....ASTRB.... 

"BOT SOOTOB," 

15 MORTON STREET liar K.aroj). 

dauti fei.dmav* dc BRraea. 

THEATRZ ROTISBERIE, 

eDR Rbj — * a*., ana aVjar aonth af Daauh. 
E. HAROHAirO LATE OP TBI 
r laaa ri e RaaUnrast" el iba Uniaa 
' Olub Proprlator.-Th* TablM ptorl 
1 with an «ba TMhaaalaa af tba aavarm. 
a>»S)TaTRBB IBT RTaWT a»TLJL twlaal 

JOHN E. LtJMSDEN, 

WKftSaa... tr^^"!. v^RR-r, 

fe tD«aa. «ti5kS» J ^fbS ' ^jUj 

ati-eet aide). — ., I I a l l 

dertlTer-d f re* w> All parts of the ally. aol7 mi 

ALBURT MORQAHtTERrV 

MhiODibla Hair Draaiinf and 

tatbiu EAUbbllahaaar ,No. 9 

._ u _RR«rM40catrit.,riear Market. Cap- 

^ r•iyI^.3 '-:*^ B,, * ii .'*• Md "fflK?* 



FRENCH 




CUSTOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear our aulu qtI,., made up in the UEnT 
STYLE and PERFECT PITS. 

UNCSSTER, 625 WajHI»GTOII STREET 

de^] Op p. Maarolre'a Oprrn II.in»w>. [I/n 




FURNITUREJBIVEN AWAY 

HAVING DETERMINED TO. 
eieae OQt our Retail Store and 
conafioe ooraelvea to MANUFAC 
TURING EXCLUSIVELY, we will 
•ell oar immense and fine ttock of 

Furniture and Bedding 

At M& per Cent X.eaa than Coat! 

Now Is Your Time for Bargains 

.ay-Five reara' Leaae and Fiztnrei for sale. 
W. O. WKIB , 
Xo. 038 Market etreet, 

de!9 tjal Nexfcto Bwaio'a Roa tan rant. 




Monte omary etraat . 



GREATEST NOV- 
elty of tbe age, now on 
exhibition at SOS 

Montfiomery atreat.— 



Braotn and Dn*t pan 
combined: a child can 
■weep a large parlor 
carpet in three rain- 
atea without, raining 
any doat. Call and ex- 
amine then ; cheaper 
than brooaaa at five 
cU. apiece. DORSKY 
4LOWKKY.No.a08 
de25lm 



Wliat Cheer Liaundry 
II tit* belt Uundry Is Sab Fracciaoo . 




(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,); 
....AT THE 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

de'l Cor. Poat nnd Stockton «t>. [In 




SUPERIOR TABLE CUTLERY, AND EXTRA 
O quality of Silver-Ploted Spoons and Forkf. at 
HAYNKS & LAWTONS, Market atreat. under 
tbe Grand Hotel. de'.is Iw 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND-A SPLENDID AS- 
aortment: aleo. Silverware and Sfec- 
taoles. Selling at 3d per cent, leas tban 
xny other house. Oall before purobaaing 
elsewhere. Every article Is warranted, 
cleaned and repaired, and warranted for two years. 
at tbe toweat rates. Oall at U. M. LhWlS'S, 655 
CLAY 8 TRBET, first Jewelry Store below Koftrny 
etreet. Ea tab lie bed In 1849^ de< lm 



MME. CARTER- OT AIRVOY- 
ANT, Ho. 4 John atieet, one 
door from Powell, bet. Pacific and 
Mason, paya particnlar attention lo 
toeatlng Mines, and can be consulted 
on Lawsatta and the variona rela- 
tions of life. The Madame can be 
consulted by letter or look of hair. 




HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

PINE GOLD-MOUNTEP PEBBLE 8PE0TA- 
CLB6. 
Fine Gold-monnted EYE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at wholesale 
price., ranging from «lt\ •».W^tlS- Good Plain 
Opera Gileses told from $5, $6, *7 90. 

C. MCLLEB, Optician, 

90S Hontfomery afreet. 
■da!2 Roil Home Block, San Franc 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian Jurkish 

— AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR L1DIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. Se8 Pin t He atreet. 

THE BBHT AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES- 
tAblieiiment of the kind, either fn Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Batbinf by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the (ante 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



BOOT8 ! 
BOOTS I 



SHOES I 
SHOES I 



FOK THIRTY DAYS OZVX.Y. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THITM- 
selves of this opportunity, and purchase their 
stock of IJlKJTo and SliOKS for the rainy seaaou. 
At Else- 
LAIIirA' WEAR. Nolan's where 

«7 0» 
4H0 
4 W 
3 .*- 1 
45(1 
3 IHI 

2 SO 

3 00 
3150 
2 W) 
2 10 
350 
1 50 
200 
1 75 
250 
200 

1 SO 



French Kid Button Boots $4 .'0 

French Kid Boollop-'op Boots. 3 fit, 

Freneb Fox Button Boots, only 3 Oil 

Frenoh (Jalf Dress Boot*, high cnt.... 't K 

Heavy Kid Boots Cor Winter near 2 Ml 

Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmorals 1 75 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 50 

Rid Fox Doable Sole Balmorals 175 

Extra High Cut Calf Boot*, only 2 00 

Knellsh Lam ion Gaiters, Double Sole. 1 V5 
Kid SlinDers. $1; fine French Kid.... 1 60 

MisBes'Ivid Button Boots 2 50 

Miasea' D'ble Hole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 

Misses' Double Sole Calf Shoes 1 50 

Children's Fine Oalf Shoes, only 1 25 

Children's Beat Double Button Boots. 1 75 
Children's Sewed Top Pebble Goat.... I 25 
Children's Copptr-Toe. 753,; Screwed 

Oalf inf) 

Infanta' Shoes, 15c, '25a., 5Ua. and 75 

Genta' French Call Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots 6 00 

Gents' French Screwed Boots. 5 00 

Genta' Tap Sole Screwed Boots 5 00 

Genta' Calf Pegged Boots, only 1 50 

Genta' Kip Boots, 82, »2 Ml and SW 

Genta' Double Sole bore wed Boots 3 5) 

Cents' Congress Gaiters, $1 and $1 50 ; 

Sewed." 2 00 

Genta' Rubber Boots, only... 4 00 

Genta' French Screwed Gaiters 3 60 

Gents' Brogane. $1 25, fl 50; screwed. 2 00 

Geats' Screwed Oxford TIhb 2 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, %\ 50; Oxf'd Till 1 75 
Thousand! of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

lVoa. 11 nnd 98 Third street. 

•9* Don't forget the place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street. Woolens Building. de28 tf 



FRENOH CORSETS. 

MME. PONP, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Lidiea' Underwear. FRENOH COR- 
SETS of all nricea and qualities, ready m«d« and 
to order. No. 631 SACRAMENTO STREET, 
below Kearny. ial lm 



P. LIESENFELD, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
liard Tables, 571 MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 
Francisco. Sols Agent for Phs- 
lan 4 Oolleodera Pateat Billiard Tables and New 
Improved Enrska Wire Cushions, Patented Hay 
2d, urn. di5 lm 




F. PYAT'8 



HAIR 

STORE, 

484 Kearny street. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
•yN. B.— Wigs hired lor Theatrical purposes 

tad Ms'iirnrade Ballc. de4 lm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clo til i u s: Emporium. 
fi-17 nnd S4S Washington street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DESORIPTIONSiil 
made of the best materials and fitted " 
as If made to order, at orioes ranging i 
from 

015 to 8-49. 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, Valises, Traveling Matohela, oio.. on sate 
at ths lowest prioes. sfV-nall and be convinced. 
P. P. WOHKHABDT. [ de4 lm ] T, Q. BU.TY. 



PIANOS! (ffff PIANOS! 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands and TJprlerlits, 

A. RORD, Paris, jaat reo.ired. 

FKOH 8800 TO VSOO VrWAROB, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Alio. A Urge assortment of Sheet Maaio. Musical. 
Instruments, Fancy Goods, etc. dslS tjal 




rp p GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE. PEB- 

— fectly-flttiog Coat built, a Gentleman should 



go to O. B. DAVIS. Fashionable Tailor, &4VT 
Kearny street, near California. no3 it 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO 
all tbe affairs of life be Bur* and ooasalt 



all tbe affairs c 

PROFESSOR D AHM. tb. 
Astrologers. At No. SSI l 
Kearny. 



lost popi 
if ornla ■ 



above 



1 1 



riaAH^* 



•• 



■-:.l Ibpa ...rj tar, except haday. Or 

—ax— 
32 Kerehant St. and 535 WaaainglOB 8t 

Below HaaUUMfT Block. 



THURSDAY JANUARY 4, 1878 



The Peril* of Critic*. 
Fitzgerald in Uw PaUaislphU Citj Item, 

Those viragos— The Lydia ThompMn 
Blondes, think nothiog of cowhiding a critic 
and we hare a lady in this city, who has 
maimed and buried many a man. 

Very fcw of tlie theatrical people can 
stand "crit>ci«n- . k . 

In oar thirty-three) years experience, with 
he profession, we h&Te met not one. 

They want praise— nothing else— and they 

want it all the time. 

One word, even of suggestion, offends 
their self-love. 

What then, is the critic to do? 

Shall he praise indiscriminately? 

Jmsuoe Forbid! 

In the interest of the drams, in the inter- 
est of troth, in the interest of art let him do 
his duty; kindlv, but faithfully; until the 
stage shall have' been elevated, purified and 
made perfect. 

f Bnt how about the horse whippings? | 

A Hlch Moral Example. 

Religious journals should note the high- 
toned and sensitive desire to de right which 
even in far off Texas leads a publisher to re- 
ject an advertisement which has the small- 
est scent of unrighteousness. Some one sant 
Galveston paper an advertisement, ''How 
to make Tinegar." This is the courteous but 
firm reply which was given: "We can i 
insert it on account of our agreement 
not to advertise anything that pertains to 
intemperance. This is net left optionary 
with us." 

Bachelor* Ready. 

The Helena Daily Montana Herald, In 
view of leap year, publishes a list of eligibly 
old bachelors in Helena, and follows with 
thirty or forty genuine names of citizens 
who are in in the mam, it says "in a good 
state of preservation." The daring editor 
proposes to supplement thelist with all -the 
old maids and marriageable young ladies In 
Helena." 

Saubbed. 

At Lynn, Massachusetts, a school teacher 
asked a little girl who the first man was. 
She answered that she did not know. The 
q neetion was then put to the next, an Irish 
child, who replied loudly: "Adam, ma'am," 
with apparent satisfaction. "Law!" said the 
first scholar, 'You needn't feelso|prond 
about it; he wasn't an Irishman." 

Die Interested. 

Somebody asked Bismarck why old KiDg 
William was so healthy. "Ach well," said 
the Premier, "Because he drinks no water, 
and we are red flannel next his akin." It is 
not true thst Bismarck owns all the red flan 

nel in Prussia. 

-#> 

Horrible. 

The ■ -black corsair,'" is the title of Offen- 
bach's last Haffington asked us "whj it 
was like the sofa in his office?" and explain- 
ed that it was "black orse air too." Muff 
ington drops his h s, and we mean to drop 
nil acquaintance. 

A correspondent wonders if Judge Kent, 
who said that "the abominable practice of 
wearing hair on the upper lip is reprehensi 
ble" ever heard of the old Spanish proverb: 
"A kiss without a moustache Is like an egg 
without salt." 



Co professional. 

Much evil eccurs from people not attend- 
ing to their own regultr basin es but trying 
to branch ont into other lines. The follow- 
ing from the Bulletin proves this : 

The first arrest was made by officer Waleb. 
Friday morniog. The cfficer saw two meu 
pil iting a drunken man along Pacific •*«*'• 
and cot liking their K ocer-l bearing, a*kea 
if they kn«w the man. Of course thev did, 
but were not ab'.e to convince the officer, 
who arreted tl.eo. At if prison thev were 
searched and found to be well supplied with 
barglak' tools After seme questioning 
thev admitted that thev had, not m«ny day. 
beiurer broke into John C. Bel's carpet 
stere, broken into a store on Clav street- and 
robbed the contrioution box of bt. J ^sepb i 
Church. 

How, here were two burglars of nndoub'ed 
taleut and skill io their profession, descend- 
ing to the low and disgraceful occupation of 
rolling a drnnk. We have no pity for them. 
Had they stuck to their regular business 
they might have pursued it for a long time 
with profit and pleasure. The idea of a bur- 
glar descending to rolling drunks is a most 
painful one. And in such a burglarizable 
city as San Francisco! We are ashamed of 
them for sueh unprofessional conduct. 

A Warnlog. 
An exchange has the following: 
Miss Marv A. Bailey, a promiueut mem- 
ber of the Methodist church at Choe?. >*. Y. 
was prostated with ^paralysis, the other eve- 
ning, while on her kneeB in a prayer meet- 
ing. 

Now if this "unfortunate Miss Biilaj" had 
happened to have been at a theatre or in a 
ballroom, whea she was struck by paraly- 
sis how the religious papers would have 
howled about it "as a judgmeut on her!" 
But she wasn't. She was on her knees, con- 
fessing herself "a miserable sinner," "utter- 
ly unworthy to live," -she who was a mira- 
cla of goodness in being allowed to survive," 
and then it wa3 she was struck by paralysis. 



Two Ways. 

A Philosopher says. "Have any wound- 
ed you with injuriee, meet them with pa- 
tience. Hasty words rankle the wound, 
kindness dresses it, forgiveneea cures it, and 
oblivion takes away the scar. If this pro- 
cess doesn't succeed, then try the effect of 
silent contempt, 'and bung both bis eyes, 
bust his snoot, and kick him from under his 
hat. The one who jives this recipe isn't a 
philosopher, but he understands the use of 
his maul eyB. 

Venemous Little Beast. 

A Missouri paper tells a story of how a 
swarm of bees settled on a boy's head, and 
were all removed. It ends it thus: 

Strange to relate, the boy only received 
one sting, and that was caused by his seizing 
with hia teeth, a bee that was trying to 
make its way into his mouth. 

That bee would have been a very weak 
spirited thing if it hadn't stung back after 
the little wretch had bitten It. 



Granted a new Trial. 

An Indiana convict who was hanged three 
months ago, has jnst been granted a new 
trial. He does not appear to t&ke a great 
deal of interest in it himself, and when the 
decision of the Court was announced he be- 
haved exaetly as if it made no difference at 
all to him. Some men are vervunexcitable. 



Reduced Prices. 

Gaerin k Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
in and 32? Bush street. Vast sell $35,600 
worth of boots and ahoea within GO days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

Ward'a Celebrated Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levlne. 

Oyster Trade. 

The crater trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson CorrUle. of the 
Saddle Bock, HO Pine street, furnishes from 
his own ojeter beds at San Bruno millions of 
eviters to all parts of the Paciac Coast. Els 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whlcn 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
'■ Saddle £c-ci" is tiown everywhere. g 

A. pleasant Ijocatlon, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambza, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and U wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Clmb House Sawsaeea. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage. Is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cure* who are posted, get none bnt Bucker'E 
dab House sausages at 71 and T5 California 
Market. r 



A 8ui prise. 

Theodore Tilton Bays he is agreeably sur- 
prised at meeting Cluseret on earth instead 
of Heaven. To which a contemporary re- 
plies: ''In case Cluseret is so unfortunate 
as to meet Tilton in Heaven, he will be jus- 
tified in expressing even greater surprise.'' 

Pnzilcd. 

A littlelboy embodied his thoughts oh the 
ology in words thus: "I don't see how the 
devil came to torn ont bo bad when there 
was no other devil to put him up to it" 



Dr. Bonrae'a Electric Bath*, 

Batabhshed is 1SS2, now conducted by Br. Mc- 
Bparreti, are recommended by all physicians a* toe 
boat awdidoal baths on the Coast. 10 Peat street, 
Bfattmir Trmtilfi 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive wesson, a dozen of SqoarzVe ex- 
quisitely fiivored punches form a most appropriate 
present. Tbe egg cog punch eaves & great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with jrraat skill. His 
laroous symposium is at 2v Liedesdorff, and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, bis worth? successor. u 

Trie Keweet Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and B&nsome streets, on the way 
o the post-office, is ascot for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mall, x 



■aaalce Your Bome Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
tn beautiful frames. W. A. Kollmtxe, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker. 6*0 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room into a bright, 
cheerful budoix. a 

TJnder the Occidental Hotel, 
113 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son A Ban&orph, you can boy watches, jewelry, 
>Uverw*re, etc., of the latest styles, finest qoal- 
I tj, and at the lo west prices. z 

Wae ag Betnrned In One Day 
And a c never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry, 

To the TJnfortnate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, Ko. 633 Kearny 
itreet, corsec of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private ^trance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1354, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
to charge unless he elects a cure. * 



ASultable Holiday Frcstrt 
For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by Joes 
P. Jjwrxn, o.i7 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 

• — 

Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 133 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.! 

l#ever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair 1 — 25 per cent: cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. i 

For the very beet phographs go to Bradley & 
Bulotoon's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. • 



Sandiy-Schonl Song*. 

The New York Sua choosea the following 
stanzis from a recent collection of that lit- 
erature. " Imagine, " »aya the critic, 'the 
dabby souls and vulgar imaginations 
which children moat have who ars brought 
up on such Sunday-school slop as this : 

Obor*: b- string in Ju"is; 

Co ■■ lI tor Uiai u giio: 
And Je* ;■» wnuzat with Josopb 

Who Qfiitll, -aw and plane. 

The linej belo# are f jr the comfort of crop- 
pies: 

Tin poor cr.ppl- bu a cnanct for glory. 

As cood a c ounce as you or I ; 
Christ will lisiso to bis story. 

Us wi 1 cia.* tbe oripple'j cry. 

He siwajs pitiei porercr, 

Acd »c .ros doi toos* woo hsv* to beg; 
Bit 8*r*C4 lor ererr woVa ?aS -<« n — 

Una can go to de»v«a w;ia * wooden leg. 

Of these the writer says : 'J This is indeed 
consoling, but we are afraid it is not ortho- 
dox- Paul says that flesh and blood cannot 
inherit the Kingdom of Heaven. How then 
cm a wooden eubsti'ute for fl^eh and blool 
inherit it? We suspect that before tbe au- 
thor of the above can make his 'calliDg and 
election sure,' he will have to show that a 
man can go to Heaven with a wooden head/' 



Utterly Dlafrnatvd. 

The Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftain gives a 
funny account of a Chicago newspaperman 
who stopped in the flourishing young ci:y of 
Greeley, and, being athirs', tned in vain, 
to get a :qusre drink. "He went up one 
street and down another, be turned the 
corners of alleys, he sprang over ditchej, 
he explored sheds and out-houses, but the 
fluid for which his soul yearned could not be 
found. He went bap-hazard into one build- 
ing which he thought might be a saloon 
and encountered a prayer meeting. In an- 
other hall he found a farmers' club. Final- 
ly, he received trustworthy information 
that there was not a drop of liquor in the 
place. He left, and wrote to his jonrnal 
that the town of Greeley ''was without in- 
habitants, without resources, and without 
commerce." 

Rather, f 

The Sioux: City Jonrnal has a ball room 
conundrum founded on the local's own sad 
experience: "Isn't it a rather disagreeable 
occurence when a young man's suspenders 
give way while he dances a schotusche with 
a young lady who never wants to sit down 
No prize is offered to the person who au- 
swera this conundrum. 



A new clerk in a Wabash dry-gooda store 
recently assured a lady to whom he was en' 
de&voring to se I a set of furs, "that they 
were the best furs that ever grew on a fur's 
back." 



"Have yon blasted hopes?" asked a lady of 
a green librarian, whose face was much swol- 
lenby toothache. "Xj, mVdm,"he replied 
"but I have a blasted toothache." 



Every Saturday has sunk $100,000 in two 
years. 



Hume from Europe. 

Julieo Pen-auk. H. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, ao widely and favorably known 
iu Sau Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on tbe continent of Europe, wtere be visited 
tbe most famous hospitals in tbe world, and may 
be consulted at his office. 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California atd Pine, West aide, over tbe Drug 
store. 



Tx»e K"ew Remecly. 

For restoring tbe hair and cleansing the ecalpr 
use Kinkead'a sage- brush hair tonic and cure fo 
baldx.ees. It will check tbe hair from tailing out 
Ttt be had of the agent. Jaa, H. Gates, Drufgist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howarc etreets and all 
druggists. See that L. il. Kinkead, Elao Aev., is 
on each wrapper. 

Beet and Cheupest 

Cloaks and shawls in this city, are to be had 
at Snlivan, Fratinger & Co., 14 Montgomery 
street. bo 

Tne Sr>lisri Hat Store 

The reason why the establishment at Ko. CiT 
Washington street is called " The" Hai Store 
Is because, for the style of its hats and ths 
moderation of its charges, it stands withoat a 
rival. Goto "The" h*t Store, 047 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and diamine tbe large stock of the latest st yies 
of hat=. £ 



War Asa Bnowx'a Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. i 

» — i i 

.We-w York Store. 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged eisewhera, at A. B. 
c\akfsos & Oo's. Sew Tork Store, 102 Second 
street. i 

Tne BestClgarg and TobaSco 
Bold at lowest rates by Heuck, Ko. 233 Kear- 
ny street, Bouth of Bush. » 

McDowell, Snow Card Writer, 
Beady made and made to order, Ko. 7 Geary 

street, corner Kear ny. o 

New Tork Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods dally from Kew Tork 
auctions very cheap, BememDer.the number.* 



Horton'B Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im* 
nations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
served. Take only Eorton's. Bee that tne name 
3f Hue h Schmidt, 535 Commercial st.tsonthe 
wrapper. Hug & SodMror, Successors to P.J. 
ftsilly. Agents. p 

Bux ko Skwzkg iLicacra until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. B. Stplee, Agent, 27 Kew 
Montgomery street. Grand Hotel Building. 

Bents Collected 

By the BxaL Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. 

■ ■ - 
Best Quality of J>o£rskln 

Driving gloves, at $3 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gadsby, 565 Market, near Second. u 

Artificial Limbs, 

Menxo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, San 
Jrrancisco. 

San Fbascisoo Staix.— Kos. CO and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place in the city. u 

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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds 

And all similar inflictions speedilr and aural? 
•tired at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
Street, Masonic Temple. 

For washing 

Shirts, SI 50 per dor..; small pieces, 50;. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. 
Watches. 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale In this city is 
•fferad by J. W. Tcceeb A Co- Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turanoise, 
Onyx, Pearl aod Etruscan Sets, etc, all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest priest. 



—a— — m^^i— a— — — 

Hall. 

There is some thing plausible io the doc- 
trine of the Spiritu*l'"s'3 that the real tor- 
ment of the future state consists, not in 
a fire and brimstone hell, but in still bang- 
ing round in spirit form tbe scenes which 
one has left aod seeing bow things go on 
after one's death. Mus-n'tit have b*en hell 
for Horace Hiwcs to tea his finely laid plans 
all brought to nought? Mustn't it be very 
unpleasant, to pay the least of it, for Kstcl:- 
uru to r-ee his poor stomach mauled about by 
io frany doctors? Isn't it hell for a miser 
to see his savings squandered; far a husband 
to see his wife, wh j swore sue loved him eo 
fondly, flirt at b;9 funeral with young 
Smith who-n he kickad out of kia Louse; 
for a smart business like spirit to fte his 
ltte partner miss chauceafterc"snce of mak- 
ing a pile; for a mining spirit to see feliowa 
runniug a drift t!te wrojg way— well we 
shall all know how it is ourselves some d&y. 



"The strongest propensity in a woman's 
nature," says a carelul student of her sex, 
is "a want to understand what U going on, 
and tbe next is' to boss tbe j ;b. 



Orpheus C. Kerr ha* gens into the tobacco 
bHeineBB. ^^ 

European Music 

The largest aosortmtnt in the United States 
outside of Kew York. Mu&icai Instruments 
Photographs of Compoeera. busts, etc., ttc, at 
dcbubtrih'g music eiure. 6iJ Clay street. Agents 
tor the biEca Piasos. i 



Laales' "Vlslling; Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
Jomv P. D wykb . fashionable card writer, 605 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel, x 

Tbe very finest Photographs to be had only 
at Szllece & Fisheb'6, 415 Montgomery street. 
Pric* 8 reduced. T 

Gents' iTurnibliing Goods. 

All persona in want of Furnishing Good should 
maze a note that at Seoces & Chaeleboib's, 706 
and 708 aTontgomery street, can be tonnd tne 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods in that 
line tn tiie city. Star shirts of tne heat quality 
for Si £0; woolen overehirte. drawer.*, under- 
shirts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at pices bfllow 
tne lowest In the city. 706 and 708 Montgomery 
street, one door from Washington, e*st side, x 



Stake Yourself at Home. 

Toncanmtke yourself perfectly at tome, in 
•The Parlor" kept by Harry Cf.rbjn, whom 
eveTfOne In the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. E. Manning, at 720 Market =tr-«-t, nearly op 
po-site Third. A cosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder ail night, e 

Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings Crosses, Lockets. 
Card Oases, etc , of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant nreBeut You will nod a lares 
•took of it at A. Hirscbman'e Jewelry More. 1-3 
Kearny street, between butter and Post. Q 

Homoeopathic Cough and Croup -Syrup 

Affords speedy relief from Colds, Coughs and 
Croup. It is tne best remed.v to keep on hand for 
3 art den attacks of Oroup. Prepared by Korick & 
T-ifel, Homeopathic Pharmacy, .J J Sutter etresr, 
San Francisco. r 

Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot k Shoe 
btore, their store has been crowded with cue 
omers. Call atd see them. 327 and 329 Bush 
Btreet. bh 



It Is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 AM. returned the same evening if de- 
aired. ^__^^_ x 

Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haae & 
Co'e, >"c>. 20 Eearny street. He has the finest 
supply in tbe city. x 

* 

tr You Want 

Tour Blankets and FlannelB well washed, and 
-ot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun- 
try. . 

■ 

IVO'W Range, 

Lewie fc Pa>jdeb, No. S2 Geary street, above 
Kearny, are tbe sole agents for the Richmond 
Improved Range. For cheapness and utility it 
has no superior. a 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Corner Kearny and Pacific sfreetB. 

THE GRAND BALL THAT WAS TO ft n 
have been giveu on New Year'e niebt e*J 
has been postponed in cco-equence of the/*** 
musicians f tiling to appear: it Will takephct ; i _fy. 
SA.T17KDJLY ETEKiyO. JAN. 6. 

Daring the Ball, there will be a prize of a Watch 
and Chain ta bs given to the best Round Duccjrs, 
also, a Lidie'a Gold tving to too otcond b65t Round 
Dancers. Tne judge- to b 1 ) enoaen from the au- 
diesce. Entry for tbe Prizes $1.^. Pri29 list 
at tbe Parlor Ci<ar Store, 720 Market street. 
TICKETS, FIFTX CENT*. 

ja4td PROF. ENGLISH. Manager 



ACADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

IVOR YOUNG HDIKS. CONDUCTED BY 
C MMH. FuRSTKR. SIS gutter street, near 
Leavenworth. Sao Francisco. ja4 2w 



©IO fiCifk TO ANY PERSON 

3> lU.UUl/ ft He to equal MME 

SCHWUHER, Professor of Graat 

Mysteries. She cures sickness after 

recovery i3 hopeless, and gives cor-' 

not information ou all affaira of life. 

Prof. S. baa invaluable Talismans (or 

love, good tuck, and also Beeinc voor intended. 

Fee, f 1 and upward. Office. No. 8 23 Washington 

sareet, between tttookton and Dupont, below the 

Church, for a abort time only. jat tf 




TAX COLLECTORS' SALE 



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...FOB.... 



DELINQUENT TAXES, 

\iriLL BE RESUMED OK THUBSDAY. JAN- 
u&it!4. 1*72. .t 10 o'clock A.SI. Commencing 
•with Volume 18. Hollldv M»P "A." Will sail Veil. 
IB ud If*, which, will c&rrr the &.le to Outside Ltad 
Block 71 
itf 2t A. ACSTHf. Tax Collector. 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

A-TTORICE-X- .A.T X..A.W 

CAvoeat Frojjffal.,) 

Ko. 690 TVajthlartoa Street, Boom 17, 

>pK (Bet. Mentsomerruid Ketnir) ■ 



jTrr-- BRYANT & STRATT0N — f. 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

2 k post stv, — 

^SAN FB AN CISCOf 

T»HE LARGEST AND TBE BKST BU&INE 
COLLEGE ■ n tbe Coast. It educates th> 
ougbly for Bu?inesB. Pftraona of bo'h Beiea a. 
of all cgeu admitted. Preparatory Departmei 
for those roifl ted for Bosiuesa Course. Over 
pupils now in attendance. Students can co 
m»ncft <i» any tin *>. 1 be poblto ate it vited to vi 
this College. Catalogues seat by udilrpseiue 
E. P. DEALD. 
Preaideut Bnsiness College, 
del) tf Sbq Fr«icieco 




-CALIFORNIAJESTAURANI 

TV OS «10, «lli AND *-14 WON 
i u " gomery 8treet t n^tr alercbant 
t^adi^s' Saloou connected w.tb the Ri 
uurant. 

.Bill oi Fare. 



Ice Cream or roffv fKF£ 

Seap, with Fish or Rroa.-w \bc 

Two Egtc* 15c 

Tli»'»5e F*g* 15*rc 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee l5o 

Meaks or Ccope. with Tea or ColJee. . .l ; c 

Sirloin Steak, do 2'c 

Fresh Oysw-rs, Raw or Stowed 1S0 

Bottle ot White Wiub lt)o 

Bottle of Claret "Wine or Beer ISo 

Piee, Pudding or Cake 5c 

Oat MeaL Muah er Cracked Wheat..., 5o 
0o3*e, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wioe 3c 

del-H JOHN REGAN. Proprietor 



THE CLIFF HOUSE 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKER 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS! 1 

APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUNCHI . 
DIHNIES AHD 6UPPEEB. 

HKI.VC TOITK WIFE! 

BRING 1T017B FAMILY! 

BRIKG li Ol'B 1.AD1 FRIEND I 

Andenjorav ; e»o» tne FINEST CCEAN PAN , 

Rama IN '1HE WORlD, all tn bight oi 

tbe wirld-reoowned, 

GoMen Gate, 

With a iUet of white-winged measengers esteri. t 
from tverj part of the commercial world. 

•*- New Line Burses, connecting with Stre 
Cars a> Loce Mountain every 15 minutes hereafi 
for the Cliff lioute. Farn 25 cents. 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreett* 

r* Terrapin constantly on baa 
Oysters in every etjlo. PRrVAl 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES 

mhol \m 



TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

113 Pine Street) above Atontgomer? 

Terrapin Stews 

WEDNESDAYS and FBIBATf 

Families and Parties supplied to order. nol-: 



GEORGE UTATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. CLAMS /Slfi^. 
andall kindsof SHELL FISU, £™^f$r\ 
StalleNoe. 40, 41, 43, California** J "l^j 
Market, entrance on California street- '*-.-- , ^S 
Public or private parties and families Bnpplli 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P. M. Ladies' and Gentlemen 
Oyster Room open from G a.m. to 12 P.ac del* 2w 



SODA AND SELTZER WATER 




712 llrondway. 

PRICES 
REDUCED 



TheStcnm Sodn 
Wort • liuve re- 
taced the prlct 
I'llBl SI SO to 

50c. per Doz. 

del-J lm 




AMERICAN & GO'S 



COlIBDiATIOS OP 



CUNDURANCO 



— THE- 

GSEATEST BLOOD PURIFIER KNOWN 

EMtOERFO BrVkdE-PRESIDEKT 
: and Hon, GeoreeO. GoEham. A spe- 
-■■[,. rTANCEB, SClmj IT. A, SV D!I!.f- 
HHErSIATISM end NEtRALOIA, VU 
Tl02i.<, .SKnTDlSEASEo, etc. Price, fl 50 pet 
bottle. Sold bv all DnicslhfN. 

REMNGTON, HuSTETTER A CO.. 

■ ;.■ ■, San Frahcisco. 




^*roT7^r Seeds 



JUST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NE1 
Alfa'fa Clover Seed, H?«cinth Glasses, Dutc 
Bulbs, etc. Always on hand, a fine assortment i 
SEEDS, BULBS. PLANTS, etc. CaltfornJ 
Tree Seedm also. SEEDS OF PALMS, Aui 
trallan Gam Treea.tfruit Trees, at the OL 
STASD. »»-Seud for a Cataiojrue. 

J:, r. moobe, 

Importer of Seeds, Bulbe, Plants, etc., 
ocI9 3m 485 'Washinirton St., Sau Fraaoisoo, 




STAPLE1W, HATTEB 

de25] 1«4 KEABXT STJKEJ5T. [1; 



AHAS BON-BONS! 

SAXTA CLAtS' HEADlirARTEBS 

Oaziclies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS. AND A LARG 
atock of every variety it : » oda in their Urn 
new and fresh, for eale eh tun : - 

CAJiTT <fc WAGXEB'S, 
del2 107 Montcomery!street, near Sutter. 



D. MENDES'S RED LIO. 
SALOON, 31» Commercial at i 
bet. Battery and Front, where h 
will Berve a HOT LUNCH be J 
tween tbe hours of II and 1 p -ii 1 

_ _ ; ilao the eboiewt Wines and Liq. I 

nors. En "i*h Al > and Porter always en draught f 
Yen will altrl:« Q :d hint there to attend. deW ( 



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The Demon of the Woods! 



i <>T*r*ti* i»i*v1t,- t>i tha < • •hrtt^l Trie fro* A 

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BVIVOP8I9 OF ARliT-ME>Ti 

Tali >■ ■ world of I'rutn cnaocet. Km than. Emperor of i from thenM oce of th* m nil Hud*: pathetically »*•»< proUc- 
r.'biBA raiwil "> 1 1* boeoT by * fraak of fortune, rea u«i tbo I lion of tb« Emperor <*bo ia powarlaa* to •**-. al'hnujtt. »ail 
i»!d pM»»rt'. ' Ib»»'1 rtil« in* n*»i tbat wears a crows." con- ' a <,7e'r.t*>1 wiin Jim Ftsk, .!*> GnuM, Jndg* Sew*er. :*»"i*i<-.r 
• would •e'lbiao&o* lor nait to notniof. But tbe ) Sargent. *n4 ott.tr lotluootlal genil«u.aD. w h-n Jeiim-ipi of 
rHae***ry r-ir » sad* that 0* ■■• ao American aod oo Chiaeee, soocor in any ahep*. ao irroo* of eaeap* ia opened bj tba cnief 
I >r* kepieacret from t h# com moo b*rd,* rebellion break* I c >o«pira>nr, and all threo— Emperor. Princes-, aid M andaiin. 
oot and tba Proper-ire crown anj bead ar- boib in cUdit i c l«dlr avail themselves of *n "o«ranm»ot with Maciaire* or- 
tmm tba wralb of (..•liwar order'. Fe-*n-»icb toe. a beaun- | i*;ir»[ Jap to retarn to tbair osiira land. 
f«t Prince**, at. d K«-k -ka-ko. a Mar, 'latin, mo are in danger I 

FF.M-II.V>, l- >:;><■ r.-vr of China, w (Mto? toralnm to tbabntnbla walk* of life, rat anxiont to oruab ih* r*r<-lli-in and 

• -- n^" Clij i nartar . harinit do «j mp/tthr wubTwul nrso; o'n-r man .EDWIN KKI.LV 

KK-KI K \-KO, i niriaia Mandarin,* pl-aaan* felV>w. fond o( Pictorial Papan 8. H, HUl.D.->WOKi H 

K'i-Ki,'-Kl i" i at tain of Fan-i-bnn'a Goault, a Conapirator, daalb on all law and oidar V>, HARK 

K(»-r-I-K'-HI.aDotb«r of th* aama sort ti ASHl'OW 

K<< r I III K', aConipirator witb acarpat bag foil of usala a Polic* Bills, Obartors, ate., alwajaon h an J to voto on Rail- 
road Itilla G. AHHTON 

HI.* V.- kl> . a I ormti'aior, the man wfio aaw who atrnuk Billy Pititarson O. KK wp 

i HI>-fHlN-'" , HOW-DKR. aOnapirator. knowaalllhoaa worth knownit— a knowing fallow GBORGK BKVNOLOS 

Kl'M-KI, a Conspirator. do«» t ho outaida buainesa, attends to the German voip. eto CUAHLKS UKV\oi I> S 

BuW-WOU-KH-f. a con.pirator. 00* of lha B'boya 0, H POSVuR 

->;..VN.>I< ll-Ti»\. I'nncnaa In tha snita of Fe-oi-bao, aaico young woman, anxious to aaoopa from Obioa and iti 

Kaba.Uons to btcoma a famalo hroker io New Vork i.l :«»/v 

i • lards. Chioasa Shook »«D5«, AttrTiii »m«. ate. 



Tbe Piano oaed is from the housa oi aonler. Chase k Oo., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Oblciiering Piano 



GREAT OXFORD THEATRE. 

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3WI ELODBON 

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Ml Mis TO ^11 AMI I'hil AN 1 ' 
nu r. »• wniiDir 



JIMMY HALL! 
JIMMY HALL! 



JIMMY HALL 
JIMMY HALL 



Th. «,...>l.,, ,,J Vl 



LIZZIE HARMON! 
LIZZIE HARMON! 



IIZ/.IE HARMON! 
I IZZIE HARV.ON ! 



TB. O.icb Lw. 

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Tba Ll.Ub Lm, 
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HORATIO NKLfHON, 

Tfa Aooaaip'iabad Paaleaaimiat. 



Mltl USUI WE8SIIR. Mill i.ut THITIR. 

Mill HU MURPHY. Mill FANNT HtKXE 

Mill MAIT.l W^LIt, Kill ClARA NAIL, 

MISS (. U BUL MISS tNttUNE 

Tlir« Ti-i-|>-i.-li. >!-,., in Ili-imi i,. M 

THE COMICAL COMEDI1RS. 

LOWDEN, SPRAGDE. 

DIAMOND. FORREST, 

HARRIOAN. EVARS, 

AJ«D OUB OBAAtPIOa COMEDIAN. 

HT7GHBY MORTOIff 
WHOOP L/V! WIIOOPLA! 



Dancing Scotchman! 

ThaDanotna; Hrotobman H HkUon 

Ji-noy MoDonatfl AmaliaDasn 

Mr. "'Onoftld. »!r, Morton 

Mr.. McDonald Mrs. L.iwdan 

Tbo8oulptor Hr.FortMt 

Tba Ardent Lorar Mr. Sprain* 

Olbar OharactAra br lha i orapany. 

Look out for Dtok O'Naii's new Moral Stnaatlon Play. 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 



Admlaalon to nil purta nf the Iintiae 9)5 C«Ota 

Ml.UT NEW PRIVATE BOXfiH. 

Frlrntt- lln\t. S)S RO and Sal 

WW Door* ooen at i o'clock. Ooriaiu rlaoi at at 3:14. 



SeedJ 



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pacific lodging hodse. GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET COSO HOUSE, 4., s .„„ m .., w 

BRANCH HOUSE, ,«,* «.„..„,..,. 

The Hodt-I Le4g1vjz Hotasesof the I'otili 



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.': N ' "„,';,•; THE LAI«UT AND BUT STOCK. Or GOODS Ml THE IT1TF, AT I>BICKa BMJIKO COUPETITION 

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DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And Colleire of Medicine. 

Ifl UOii BAACTIFTJL AND IXSTRUOT- 
IU.V'vv It« objects <ob« seen. Open to the 
IAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA UaLL. 
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ii I 8 Montgomery street. _ 

¥f Dr. Joi:das*8 Pdivate Offics, oppoaate the 
Macbanica" Fair, ail Oearvatrtet anJ3m 




-■f*"Th*mo€L ELEGANT CUSTOM WORK IN THE CITY, 
• a 1 and examine gooda and nrii 



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BKERb A MAYNARD 
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METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

■ACBAHEXTO. 

Mr. Jim. Proctor T^eaaee nnd Mnnnger 

TUB SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
tbo preaont manaKement oommenoed oo the 
lM.h Beptembor, and dnrlnir the occasional Tlalts 
of the oompany to ban Jose, Stockton and Marye- 
fille. 
The Tlirnti-c ciin be Rented by Flrat- 
cln** Entertainment*. 
by application to TIJOS. BAKER, Esq,, at Uaat- 
lORfl a Co'a UankinK House, corner of Second find 
J etr*ola,8acram«i)to, or to JOSEPH PROOTOR, 
Metropolitan Theatre. Be'22 tf 

PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VUSOINIA CITY, NKTADA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and can be rented by the niKht or 
bf llm woek. Slim and traveling oomoanies 
liberally treatod with on application by letter 
„ , JOHX PIPER, 

no3i tf Manager and sole Proprietor. 

HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS. ON 
low terms. It is located on tbo prinoipa 
atrnet., will seat fid) pnr*on*, nnd has a good utagn. 
Mufiio fnrnfshed— a full orchestra if needed— on 
most reasonable! terms. Apply to W. 0. LLOYD 
Petalama. or at. this office. a*2g 3m 



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PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 

....AT.... 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Montgomery and Pine streets. 

1MMENSK VARIETY OF JAPAN 4 CHINA 
(?oodl, tine French F.nop Articles, etc.. etc A 
Urge stock of fine SOLID GOLD JEWELRY. 



DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

piVE PER OENT. MORE WILL BE ADDED 
00 .11 Persons) Property Tszss remaining un- 
paid oo and after January 1st, 1872. 
■ deatd A. AUSTIN, TexOoUeoWr. 



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JEWELRY MANUFACTORY 



3Z>. W. XjAIRD, 

OlO Merchant street. 



JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE GOLD OHA'NS OF 
tbe newest pattern; Gold and Silver Watches from the 
most reliable tuanufnotoriea; Odd Fellow*.'. Masonic, A. P. A., 
Eastern Star, Ked Men, and all other Ridges, Marks, Pins, 
etc., always on band In great vmiety, wholesale und retail. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



ALE KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 



filO Merchant street, bet. MnnlKnuicry und Kenrny 



TRY THE 



GERKE WINE: 



BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 



GIFT IQOOXS.S 

....FOR.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OF 
the Rocky Mountains of the bent editions of thn works of 
the great Painters and En^i-avers, comprising the leading _. 

English, French, German and Italian 



Togetber with a choice seleotion from among tbe bsst and 
latest American Illustrated WORKS OF ART, POETRV. and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound and 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign authors, together with a largo assortment 
of Books soluble for Libraries, and a general assortment of 
JUVENILE'S Picture Books. Albums, Bibles, Prayer Books, 
etc, etc For sale at very lowprioes by 

H. H. MOORE, 

609 Montgomery atrcat, near Merchant. 




SQUARZA'S PUNCHES* 



PFNOHlCg, for Gentlemen.— Egg Nogf (a n*w Pnseh) 

Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, Ajti-Dyaneptlo, Ladlaa 
Tear*. Anti-Divoroe, Welroma, Cognac, Arrack, Gin, whlakey 

Socoa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry Pieco. Atrpetitai 
oman NeoUr. Aurora, Farewell. Jamaica Rum. Klrsobwaeaax 
COB»I4.1A, for X.adJea. - i.adl**' Farorit*. Ladle* 
Pleasure, Ladies' Tear*, Strawberry, Blackberry, Mini, Aala - 
Rob *. Kim mel, Ooooa, Pooaaa Oaf*. Pin* Apple, Kiraob. 
BlTratRS.— HjgWnlc .Cholera >qU dot* Augaataro.8*^ 
•r. ants all other Bluer* la demand. 



'-!:•_:;-•. t ■— 2A>.*XC*K1 SUA*? J* 
— AX— 

i. -~ctt.nl ft. tad MS WaiMngten n 

Below Montgomery Block. 



FBIDAT JANOAB Y 5, 1S72 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 



Metropolitan Tlirutr*. 

Ths drama of **.«eck and Neck" still continues 
to draw crowds to the Meuop-1-Un Theatre. E 
T. S;e'.soo, whose talent has m*t with worthy r*c- 
ocmtion at tbe baud* of the California public. 
will lake his b»o« fl-- to-night, wbea we hope tber 
will evince their appreciation ot Mr. Stetson's 
talents In »» actitin ial form by crowd og the 
£t03Bt. 
Alhambr* The&tr*. 

Tee performances! tuts place of amusement 
suit* the taste of the publtc exactly aa ia proved 
by the large aodiaoce that flock there nightly. 
Theoewborleiqaeof "Cbing Ctiow Hi*' is fall of 
fan and first psitasd interlude are lire); and en- 
tertaining. There .will b-> a mstlaee to-morrow. 
California Theatre. 

"Eileen Oge" will he* plaved this evening and at 
the matmes to-morrow. Aa this attractive play 
id net be withdrawn after the present week, those 
who havt not seen it should attend. 
Belle. Union. 

A great programme will be performed at tale 
popular variety theatre to-night, comprising aote, 
song?, dioces, cymaastlc feats and pantomime. 
Tbe extravaganza of "The Njmpbscf the Hill" is 
in preparation. 
Theatre) Comlqne. 

A varied and entertaining performance is given 
bete. The extrsvsgaot burletQUB of " The Matt 
Ball" evoses roars of laughter, ard the congs, 
dances asd acta are lively and popular. 
The Oxford. 

Little Jimmy Hill is decidedly worth seeing; 
his songs and dances draw great app'anse nightly. 
Amelia Dean, Lizzie Harmon, Carlova, the Dutch 
Leon, and many others appear in a varied pro- 
gramme, concluding with .Horatio Nelson's very 
clever pantomime of "The Dancing Scotchman," 
wcicn causes roars of laughter. 
PavI'lon Skating Rluk. 

Public assemblies eeor; Tu;aday, TturiOayand 
Friday mornings, Mocday. Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday altera oo as, Tn>sd«y. Tbnreday and Satur- 
day evenings. Ctnb at e em b lies the other morn- 
ings, afternoons and evenings of the week. Pro- 
fessors Lovettaad Califs Ca-tfa give an exhibi- 
tion every evening at 9 o'clock. 
Anatomical Naseam, 

The Florentine VenuB is the admiration of all 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. 1 Qe Dying Zonave iean exquisite 
piece of mechanism ; the De Cheilheu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the bebolder, and tboosands ofcoriosi- 
tieB too numerons to mention are on exhibition 



Tit for Tat. 

Medford and New Bedford, although their 
names rhyme, occasionally don't quite har- 
monize, ae witness the following. The Med- 
ford editor perpetrates this : 
There was a fair maid o f Med f o Jd , 
Who was " smashed on youth in New Bedford ; 

But he a me it so of oil. 

That bia suit it did spoil, 
Oleaginous chap of New Bedford. 

To which a New Bedford editor responds : 
There was a fine lad in New Bedford, 
Fell in.love with a lady in Mediord ; 

But ahe smelt so of ram. 

He waa qaite overcome. 
This prohibitory yonth of New Bedford. 



Ring*. 

There are indications of the formation of a 
railroad "bridge ring and a ring in the Board 
of , Supervisors for the purpose of purchas- 
ing the Spring Valley Water Works, on be- 
half of the city. If these projects come to a 
head, it will be found that the votes of the 
people will nullify them on election day. 

The only Rings that will be tolerated in 
San Francisco now, are wedding rings and 
circus rings — and the season is not very fa- 
vorable for the latter just at present 



Boarding-School Miss: "Oh, Charlie, I 
expect to graduate at next commencement." 
"Graduatel What will you graduate in?' 
"Why, in white tulle, of course." 



The nobbiest deep mourning, abroad, 
black garnished with crimson. 



Seventeen Chicago sufferers are going to 
enter the lecture field. 



Think of an Indiana whetstone factory 
burning np. 

Two millions are invested down East in 
the garter trade. 



The Auburn prisoners consume over a ton 
of edibles daily. 



Self-praise depreciates. 



I>o You. Know 

That with Butterick'b Pattebsb you can cut 
tad make any garment to fit perfectly? Bend 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Bntter 
and Post, San Francis co. • 

TVIi-s. o. Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. x 

Latest \tw York Styles. 

Everything depends npon the style in which 
a garment is made and fitted. Ladies can be 
rare of procuring "the style," in dreBses or 
cloaks, by applying to Miss 3. D. Myers, lately 
from New York, at 120 Post st. near Kearny. En 
"Wliat Cheer J-ia-unclry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat. 
tomxed by everybody. 



•TI« OVCJC. 

Alae! ':1s ever, desr. Vonr careless touch 

Can thrill or start no quUt pulie of mine: 
The voice whose magic woced and wen so much, 

Cnhetded may its tenderest spell combine. 
The strange dark eyes their wonud glances 
steal, 

Bat Lot to melt or fire me any more, 
And coldly tDrxlrg fr< m their mute appeal, 

I anawer that their pristine light is o'er. 

A llttl? sorry and a little vexed, 

With J ast a touch of mixta, a touch of ehame. 
And at my old eQiraocexmnt quHe perplexed, 

1 think tf how we played oar idle game, 
I, who tonight can neither laugh nor sigh. 

Gave E3Miy an houeet emlle, an boned tear, 
To our fair folly, born of vanity, 

And dead of— well, we cirve no tombstone, 
dear! 
I said, just now, a certsio phrase yon u-td, 

Trying to wake again the old sweet thrill, 
That in the pretty words to much abased. 

We vow-d nor time could change, nor tide 
could chill. 
X said It, all alone, with lips that fain 

Had trembled in the loving wont of old; 
X could not wake the cherished spark again. 

The fire is out— the very hearth is cold. 

Come, clasp my hand in frack. free gui&e, my 
f.iend, 

Let the dead past bury its fcolitb dead; 
Let the dark curtain fall, the pageant end. 

And we pass on with calm untroubled tread. 
Forgive, forget, each what the other wrought. 

Sea that the path is smooth, the sky Is clear, 
And so with quiet, uoregrctf al thought, 

Own it is well, and all is over, dear! 

Yet a straDge bl*.!era -s is in the words, 

A sullen sadness Bwelle to eye and heart, 
A moan swells sudden from the stricken chords, 

Ob , the fair scull' *s dream is loth to part ! 
I would not let a weary anger creep 

Round tta; sweet memory of our long ago. 
Weak will ! eeli ltve ! that cla=p'd, yet could 
not kaep. 

But there— it ^b all over. Better so 1 



A Polite Quaker. 

John G. Whi:tier, writing from Ames- 
bury, 12 Mo. G, says: "I regret that I am 
not able to avail myself of your invitation 
to the dinner to H.I. H. the Grand Duke 
Alexis. "His Imperial Highness" would 
have been a great Btretch for the mouth of 
George Fox, who used to write "0 King !" 
that being a form of address nowhere spoken 
against in the Scriptures. However, Mr. 
Wbittier is in all essentials, an excellent 
good Quaker, and he may write July or 
Thursday, if he pleases, or do any other 
anti-Quaker thing, except saving "Good- 
bye 7 ' to us. 

Sad Conclusion.— The Contra Costa 
County Gazette of December 30ih has this 
item: 

Our readers all remember the cirenmstan- 
ces of the mysterious abduction of James 
McClellan from bis home in Rodeo Valley 
last March, and the precarious condition in 
wbich he lay for weeks afterward, his life 
apparently hanging upon a thread, and then, 
as bodily strength was slowly regained, the 
development of symptoms of insanity, which 
rendered his removal to the Asylum at Stock- 
ton necessary. He remained at the Asylum 
until about two months since, when it was 
evident that no restoration could be ex- 
pected, and he was taken to the residence of 
bis brother-in-law, James McHenry, in 
Rodeo Valley, near his own home, where, re- 
ceiving the tender ministrations of bis own 
family and relatives, be lingered until the 
17th instant, when death terminated hiB suf- 
ferings . 



Elecnnt Presents for the Holidays. 

Economy ie wealth. Hain A Pollard have $M>,f 00 
too much stock oo hand, hich must be sold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elefnnt assort- 
mentof Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacture! &' prices. Their old easterners 
will please recollect mat their new store is at No. 
7 Kearny street. T 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Dramm 
street, between Clay and Washington. B 



Dickey 's Crenic clo Uls. 

Unites the characters of an admirable Cos. 
metic end elegant Dentifrice. Every bottle Is 
warranted. r 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. C3 Second street 
cor. Misfcion st. Jewelry cf all kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Je welry. n 

It* Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, CI and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine ttreet *ide. o 



First Premlnm vliliinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premlnm fc iperior taste and elegance of 
workmanship in the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowlee of the "New House." 114 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle'B stock is ansurpaased by any in 
t .e city, and her prices are very reasonable, eh 



I*oslT_i-vel>" 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jxwelby, st 
S0G Market street, are being sold dally at nxt 
cost. The stock wnx be closed out, 



A New Thing In Oyster*. 

Joe Gin&ta, li>5 California Market, frontine 
on Summer Btreet, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at at y hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornlDgs. Leave orders 
and get Oiusti's fresh opened oysters to eat on 
Sunday.., not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

I*. Dduchis & Co*s 

Useful Hobday Presents I Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 189 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, 115 pieces, $30; French China deco- 
rated Toilet Set, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, 41 pieces, $10. at 

SOO JE*alrs ot Socks, 

At all prices, C the What Cheer Laundry. • 



tjob'a Ice Cream Snloon. 

The best place for Ls4ie9 and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice Cream aud 
Fancy Csndfes is at No. 317 Kearny street, between 
Pine and Bush. Iheola pioneer, P. Job, always 
on band. 



The Best Farm lYafren. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm jWagon is 
the best ; over 500 sold on this coast. Mills 
& Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. BS 

Car and Steamer Newg Agency, 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqaso 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 

Holiday Candles. 

Tie best selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Toys and Fancy Boxes at the meet reasonable 
prices, at J. Vogeley A Bros., Candy Manufactory, 
l-]6 Kearny st., cetr Sutter, ocd * Second at. B»l 



WOMAN'S BIGHTS. 

II CORSElirs DOWD Jl'rLINS. 

Eurrcc! for the ilme that Is cemtn' 

Whin ladies thall vote like the mln ; 
Orb, wr-n't ihe polls be a-bloomln' 

Wid fit hem and crlaoline thin ! 
E".ec:ion day thin I tm thitkii/ 

WU I be the great day c f the year. 
Whin laBtJes and lads will be dhrinkin" 

Tot'eti-tr the candidates' b?er. 

Wha-'e the use to wrangle wid Biddy 

About who the livlo' tball make ? 
An* euje if 'tuill plase her I'm riady 

To ktrs u^ tbe hod for her *ake. 
An' be fitayln' all day at the bhaniy 

To 'tind the domestic affairs, 
A-boIlia' the bafe an" pertaties, 

An" mindin' the rips an' the tairs. 

Thtn whin eltc ion approaches. 

An" the lassleR are march lu' the shtrate 
Wid big bind* cf music an' torches, 

An' Biddy Is eundin' the trate, 
I'll be on the tidewalk hnrrooln' 

For me own dariln' Biddy McFlynn. 
Wid a choild in me arms, an' a-drawin" 

A cab wid another one in. 

gAn, whin she is makin' her spsches 

Before the great mln of the land. 
Sure, thin I will llnd her my breeches, 

An sit by her side on the shtand. 
An' sfter she'b done wid her talkln", 

Och, thin how the people will cheeV, 
An' off to the polle be 3-walkin' 

An' votin' for Biddy my d^ar ! 

An' whia all the votin' is ever. 

An' Blddy'B elected, ture thin 
I'll live like a pig in the clover, 

Wid Honorable Mrs. Mcflynn ; 
The shanty I'll quickly be leavin' 

An' livin" wid ilb'gint taste, 
Wid a horse an' a ehay for me dhrivia', 

An' a nigger to wait on the baste. 

It's niver a lie I am (hpakin*. 

But thine ivery wcra that I Eay; 
It's metilf 'twould niver to takin' 

The lights of the ladies away. 
If a lastie thinkin' it proper, 

Should Eheulther the mortar an' brick, 
Bad luck to the tbafe that would ahtop her 1 

I'd black his two eye6 purty quick ! 

The way is for all to kape aisy, 

An' feive to the ladies thtir way : 
They 'il trip up an" vote like a daisy, 

Kc matter what blackguards may ssy ; 
An" thin should they effice be sekin,' 

Or twirlin the pick an* the ehpide, 
An' for us the livin' be makin', 

Who taies. to the livin' is made? 



A Sheet of Water at Yountvilie. 

The Petalnma Crescent and Argus of the 
29th, says that a correspondent informs 
them that "The entire valley is one sheet of 
water, and travelling dry-shod an impossi- 
bility. The morning finds the women with 
long faces and cross tempers, broom in 
hand, fightiog desperately with the mud 
and water that threaten to invade their car- 
pete. Barns and cattle pens are filled with 
mud. Good enough for us, for expecting a 
dry winter and taking no precautions 
against such discomforts." 



Ihe Benefit of the Hain. 

The San Diego Union of Sec. 23d says: 

The rain which commenced at 9:20 a. m. on 
the 20th, continued with varying intervals 
ud til 9p.il last night. A) though the quan- 
tify indicated by the rain gauge is not large, 
the time daring which the rain was falling 
and the peculiar manner in which it fell, 
assures us that it has been highly beneficial 
to the agricultural and mercantile interests 
of Southern California. 



Keep your mouth shut and your eyes 

open. 

He is a fool that cannot [hold hiB tongue 

at times. 



The dead to the bier, and the living to 
good cheer. 

Strenger, Stop ! 

Go to Mr. Benbold, 316 Burh Btreet, If yon 
wabt boots made in style ai d of the best mate- 
rial, bis a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are ihecbeapest in the end. a 



I>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 734, at his 
Hygeian Hall, &7 California ft., and examines 
patients phrenologically as to health. Q 



The I-nxm-Ics of I.lfe. 

The a an who does not care what be eate, is 
not worth much as a man. The greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good liviog. Thebtat 
intellects In San Francisco are nourished by the 
terrapin Btewe, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster omlettes and other del- 
icacies served under the aoie supervision of tne 
genial Winant, and Charley Haoke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters balooo, No. 337 Bash etreet aOsv 
the Alhainbra. It is a favorite resort of epicures 



Gro ami See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shater & Co.'s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lowej 
than ever before in San Francisco. t 



I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such 1b 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leidesdorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer Bouse. 

A 'Word to Strangers. 

The beat and cheapest restaurant In the city 
la the Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing in the market are to be found. e 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
eour-mash stimulant — 60 highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— Is at Xo. 605 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, Ho. 306 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. s 



Holiday Fore. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can 
keep Christmas and Xew Year's holidays, can fare 
sumptuous ly at Jones' Oyster Palaoe, next door to 
the California Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the season: the choicest wines, and the 
most experienced of cooks and attendants. The 
private rooms fordionerand supper parties, are 
the admiration ot all who have seen them, v 



Ease a net Luxury. 

We overheard a lady say tb e otler day 
•* When I tm rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
just like what Ihty s#nd you from the Occlden- 

al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carnages in the State. 
There la a private carriage or conpee for wed- 
ding cal's; the Clarences tor ebopplog and or- 
dinary calis and tor the theatre aud opera; the 
Landaus and spleDdld six-Beat Bockawaya for 
drlveB on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your order* for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Boutin, or at the stabler, 
1016 Stockton Btreet. Careful and experienced 
drivers. a 

After the Bella Union 

Comique and Glooe Theatres, patrons who 
trnoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Kearny, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese made cigar in 
the store, bnt every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the nnast imported Havanas. 
A fine stock of handsome meer-cbanm pipes, 
cigar-holders ar_d other articles bultable for 
presents during the omlng holiday*. Every. 
tb.ii g at prices to suit the times. w 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

^ Business cards iorert«d in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for $1 per month p*r lUe, eub- 
jeut to being left out four times a month.] 

A pothecurlea. 

Wood, W. H., Second street, corner Mission. 

Auctioneer*. ■ 
J. Terry & Oo., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine Btreet. 

Bookseller* nnd stationers. 
Batemao. U. C.,203Xearoy, cor. Sutter. 
Hitchcock, Geo. B. A Co., 4)3 and 415 Sanssme. 

Battues* Col lege s. 
Heald's. Bryant A Stratton, 24 Poet. 

Bnt eh era. 
LumBden. John E., Stall 9. Occidental Market, 

Sutter street Bide. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 8 and 9. California Market. 
Kjtz, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brass FenndTles. 
Weed A Ringwell, California, 12* First st. 

Cltnu-a and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen & Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., cor. junrture Sansome and Mar- 
ket, and Ellia aud Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magary A Co., (successors to H. M. Lockwoed A 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
Warebawski, J., 410 Kearny street, cor. Pine. 

Croefcerv. Olaaiwnre, etc 
DouglaB P. A Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners* 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candles, etc. 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, aod 127 Second street 

Callers. 
Price, M., 415 Kearny st.. Factory, 10 Stevenson Bt 

Decnlomanle Depot. 
Mrs. Cotter. "0 Silver street, near Third. 

employment Offices. 
O'Brien A Ward, corner Clay acd Montgomery, 

French Fancy Goods. 
Locan A Co., 19 Montgomery. 107 aud 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
R. F. Osbont A Oo., 749 Market. 

Harness and Seddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. A Co., 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F„ 561 Market, near Second. 

Hoop*, and Corsets. 
M. Freud, m'f'trAiuventor,36 Second, cor. JeaBie 

Human Blair. 
Sampson, A. E. A Co., 102 Second street. 

Jewelry, 

Laird. D. W. , (wholesale aod retail), 610 Merchant 

Diokelapiel, S. K. AOo., (agents for United Stats 

Watch Oo.) 313 Bush. 

Ladle*' and Children's Good*, 
Dannenberg (Infants' Wardrobes), 24 Montgomery 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Hater. W. A Hios, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Mimic and Mnalcal Instruments. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store,NewMontg*y,n'r How'd 
Kesne, C. C, mftr. accord iana, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments. 203 Kearny. 
Marble "Work a, 
Daniel, John A Co., 421 Pine street. 

Maccaronl Manafaclnrers. 
Brignardetlo. Maochiavello A Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., Ko. 92 California Market. 

Produce Commission Merchants. 
Mugan A Moran. corner Drum m and Clay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., 113 Front. 

Bldlns Academies. 
Luak's, 737 Folsom street, bet. Third and Fourth* 

RestunranCs. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 405 Pine Btreet. 

Sewlnc; Machines. 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery. 
Willed & Gibbs, S. M. Co., 113 Poet st. 

(show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street, 

Silvered Crystal Doer Pla , 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento Btreet. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Biokler. Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, ZiH Kearny. 

"Veterinary Sargeons. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street 

TVlnes and Llquori (wholesale). 
Daneri F. A Co., 504 Front. 



ECT. A TfJi-ar a »« CTJH.E 
NEVER FAILS I 

PRICE, SI OO PER BOTTLE. 
A McBOYLE A CO., DRUGGISTS, SOA 

Washington street, one door above Sansome. 
Agents. de5 lm 



C.E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda Conjity 

AND REAL ESTATE ABENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONTEY- 
ancer.— Omce in Smith's new Hall, San Leau- 
ro, directly opposite the Court Houao. 
F AliUS and HOMESTEADS for sale and to let 
various parts of Alameda county. «D29"lm 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FURNISHED BOOMS. Sin- 
gle or in suits, 

Well Lighted and Ventilated. 

*Jt***C Unfurnished Rooms to let. Lodging with 
or without board, ALHAMBRA BCILDINO, 
•IV Enah street. oc24 tf 




Tbe inventor of this really wonderful TONIO 
after a series of years aou experiments, has suc- 
ceeded in bricpicg before the public all that can 
can be deeirea of a pure Tonio and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have carefnlly tested and examined your I X L 
Bitters, and red that ttey cannot fail to be bene- 
Qcial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HOLLAXTJ. 

OrxT AKD COTJSTT HOSPITAL, San Francisco, 
June 20tn, 1871.— I bhtulo judge that the 1 X L 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in DjapeD- 
aia, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, and are of toe ereateBt efficiency 
in their cure.— F. H. Jingilb, M. D., Aes't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary C. A O. Hospital. 

Stat* Aesayek'b Office, San Francisco, July 
21et, 1B7I.-I bave made a careful examination of 

four 1 X L Bittere, and have found them entirely 
ree of deleterious miner*' n^t-iaccee.— Yours 
etc., ,rF>-,»tpPr*t« A85 « K ' 

Beware of Counterfeit* I None genuine 
without tbe signature of Dr. Henley across ths 
top of eacQ bottle. For eale everywhere. 

K. EPSTJEIX <£: CO. , Sole Proprietors, 
auS tf SI 8 Front street, 8. F. 




10 2 1 



nPHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE. NO* 8 
■*• Second street, there are more perfect-fitting 

better and cheaper Shirts Bold at retail than in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in selling STAR SHIRTS haa demonstrated thai 

IH3 P3QJL3 TTHE XH3MT 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Mo. 8 Second street. 

jy!9 lm 2B.NEDIOT t OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.E. cor. Jackson and Kearny sts. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OB OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAINTS, formeriy of Look Hospital, 
London, nine yeirs in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in San Francisco. HAS RETDBNUD 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting 40 rears of bis 
life to professional practice, and the successful 
treatment of those OHRONIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 
thB remainder of his days to quiet-life enjoy- 
mft; but the constant applications from the 
suffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more ths 
scenes of his early triumphs. Look Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and inform him- 
self of all the new methods of treaUbent in their 
celebrated institution, and then g>ve a few more 
yearB of his life to the alleviation of Buffering hu- 
manity. He is airain located at his old office, cor* 
ner Jackson aud Kearny streets, where for 10 years 
previous his practice as a SPEOf ALIST resulted 
in the cure of all cafes brought ondsr bU cure. 
Tbe Doctor's motto Is "honorable and successful 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DB. CHAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny aud Jackson streets, 
delStf San francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 



WON- .l*. 
d.can^CJ 



derfnl Fortune Teller in the world, l 

be found at No. 835 Pacific Btreet, between - 
Stockton and Powell He oseo all kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
enres drunkardB from drinking. He will give love 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jyl3 lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

BEIICIOrs FI.AVOB. 

WILL KEEP ONE TEAK. IF YOD WANT 
tbe aeed, bay one. tricp, Sl.OO. For Bale 
by GEORGE HUGHES, SIS and SIS Wasnins- 
too Btreet. de20 ji. 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. »S7 SEABNT 8TEEET, 
ADJODOSa THE WZZD SEWINa MAOHrxE STORE. 

CJENTLFMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
s and dts guaranteed. Our reputation f or 
making PEKFECT-FmiUfe SHIRTS 
to order is well known. Gents' Furuishine Goods 
at the lowest rate. jy23 if 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES-, 
Ooroecopias, Candy Toya, and everything for 
the Little i olfce, at Mercer's Pionoeer ' andy Man- 
ufactories, 518 Kearny street, and 127 Second 
Btreet. Oouotry orders filled to any extent. de7 t 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies aud Gentle- 
men, 737 Folsom at., 
bet Third and Fourth. 
del5 tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OF CALIFORNIA, 733,^ ■ iffi 
Market street, between Third ssal y-^^k 
Fourth. San Francisco. Manniacturer^^L_-i' 

of rhe beat kioda of TRUSSES AND" 35 ^ 

SUPPORTERS. sflT- All articles in this lino in- 
stantly en E3. 
prices. 



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40WIA»0'I 

I -1 POUND 

Wild Cherry 



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HOLIDAY FRUIXT 

BEAUTIFUL 'cHROHO. 

(.TRRIFR *»..'. rsS 

■ 11 k...., . 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



or ' an leiu. 

EILEEN OGE 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



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VII* WAt.TOS 

ria^tee Itlt* Ballad. 



" SATonrniin Dsellah Kileen Oge." 



Tho 



T»- Knlllln; K. .latin* IrtthBan 
Asd %b9 *of.tm triad Oases, 

laymalL ors' Run 



Will b« 4«a«*1 fit * --- »- ■ • ■- I ■ ' >ll * nrpt d» Rsli*., 

VM«4uli«d biMILtod MISS M 1KTY 



NECK AND NECK! 

&•«•» :t r~ l.-tm-l i. «r» Tett <• nrtnlH kom end elex. li t». p,l.rl».l HUM el lk« rates. 

■M ariai m it tj 'a- ma a»d roll's UM OUUTUT (IXIATIOX or lb* Da;. II 

atonal. *nk hpuiuml Itexie. Inrladlo. a rublia 

ExeoutiOn on. tlo.o SoafTold I 

Tt» most Ha\rtli»( See***) mr f resets ted <•* lb* fltajre. ~ h* grud portnimr* of id 

\ \n;i ^ Titus vr. H r to i:i: sii .TTEKID TO atoms is a QUARR1 

Waa» H la pra»tn»d by a tnlretl.. The.., wllh naiaercmi other tbrllllna attaelioiis, raoder tola 

Tho Most Intensely Interesting Drama ever offered to the Public. 

THIS EVENING JANUARY 6 

AMD FVIRV IfaUilM ISriL FURTHER NOTICE. (HIS. FOSTER'S r.RKAT DRAMA. 

neck * aracis 

IP-RO-LOGrTJE.. 

WALTER WILVAIITH. a Peoket'f Clerk MB. E. T. STETSON 

Jim JohiiMB. a Drunkard Jame« U. Hardie l t)ilb*rt Partuwortb, toe Cashier Jobo Wooderd 

Harry Cotton I Sheriff Jobo Mejrulre 

Mr Richard Frisian J. a P-ankcr J. H. McCsbe | Officers, etc., by the Compftoy. 

t n e 3D ha. m -A. . 

WALTER WILV4RTH MR. E. T. STETSON 

Jim Joboton James M. Bardie l Second Firmer Fred Williams 

Cmrrol lifDm»D Walter C>ltoo First OfflMr J. R. Bernard 

■iici'kln J. H. Vioaou I Second Ufflcer W. Fltzjtmea 

Hlmrii i'uoj] kia Willie Sfmrrft | Carrie Mitt Fanny Yoann 

Sir Mctierd FreeUod J. H. UcCftbe Jenny M)». MegSie Moore 

AdclpbriB Darling. George Hinckley | Fanny Mli>s finale Soulu 

Doctor Ftlham Orville Wilson I Mrs. BolivaF Mre. Frank He* 

Sheriff John Ma-RUlre P««g, iho old Wttcb Fanny Hftnke 

Fir.t rarmrr J. R. Walters I Mn. Farn«worth Ml&« Ad» Deftvoe 



■ATCR.OAY, at I o'clock- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

A«t«l-| n « |« tall B.«n« of the II«um> Half Prir 

BENEFIT OF JAMES GARDEN. 



LH A0T1VK PiiEPARATIUi:- 

nOUGB El? 3NTOIR. 




■7"Tbe Piano need In tbls Theatre Is from Sbermaa <V Hyde's, corner Seamy and Sutter streets. 

**• Or«ll and Orchestra SI OO I Onllery *fi i 

"■«0"-i , Si* | aWNo extra charge for Reserved Seats. 

«V Care will leave the Theatre for Ibe Minion and Nortn Beach ever/ night at the close of ttie ptTformance. 



« •oito l»\ 

I 
u*s««S)f st » o'sltxa 
I \ M 1 IUMI 
r««srlt- HalUcI 



M>i K.n| 
Tssirar Hf»a 
.Ul.sks riflsMrs 

I —PS** 



I AKItl* « iupui\ 
'«»nr Onrrvtssia 

GRAND TRIAL DANCE! 

Miss Jsa-»pb l s«, .■.■■_.■ . -Mat K a 1 1 r . . . . . ... Tom ro y Rrse 

M.ggle Knight in Her Great Specialties 

After wined. Douti s Ail. 

Tho Oly xxi plo O- a m o m 

■ SAatWasUti and EDWlif MONTAOUE. 

JoMp.m OranKsbloMom--- Chris Matbowi 
0»«rtur x IQr cbeitra 

TERRIFIC SPHERICAL ASCENSION 

(Hear.) KUCENIFt OERRETTA. 

DER DEUTSCHE FLEISCHER UNO SEI"E LEIBSCHEN 

CARRIK LApMSrTOjIU^aBdJ. H LARKIK. 

Orltrltial Nlap (Tnar .Chris Muthcwi 

Pavnrltr Humg .Clau-ia Starr 

Laof bable Ethiopian KalravacanLa, 

Uncomfortable Lodgin^B 

Mat Ksllr. Tommy Href. Harry Thompson. 



(^•IIIIUTES WITH THE OHLY "«GGIE MIGHT 

To conclude wild, the Urftad Ballul PAOtomiuue entitled 

lVHOffiBE j_SAt7YAf»; 

THE WILD MAN OF THE WOODS 

Count Aubri Edwin Moutaros 

Blat/.e (bis faithful follower) Lon Mcrartriy 

I5»rbar .ni«o (the Wild Man) l,oon Samwalls 

Fairy Queen Marl* Zoel 

The Bssr J, B. Taylor 

■ DUBINO TBB PIECE 

GRAND t^at.t.pt r>'A-OTIOJ>T 

Arranjted by M1HS CARRIE CHAPMAN. 

Asaistad by tbe Ladies of the Corps d« Ballet, Masdamaa Faniy 

Gartetaoo, May Leroy, MatrK's Brewer, Minola Pill 

more, Misa Josephine and Carrie Armstrong. 

Conciudimt wiiii a. Grand *X*a1>leain 



IN REHEARSAL— 1 he Fairy KitrnranaDza of 

Tlio 3NTy miDlis of tJae XI111 



iTiiS 



INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF BAN FRANCISCO. 



Tiir v»ar.s«air\r wnicu war 

l.*l*d taj Ihla Cmpnoy t« provide lor 
I. — a. laiamd by tb« liKF.AT rill- 
CA«OriKr.. h.a now li.cn paid In full. 
IX>L'K HlMlltr.n A\I1 FIFTY 
THOI-.AM1 DOLLAR" h.v« bven ra- 
aalttml for .rctlcmenl of Cblciiffo to...'., 
wbl.b have Uc--n u'l|n.t<<l promptly nod 
..Id DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. 

It I* tb. policy of thla Company to 
■eel .11 of It* ohllitntlona HONORA- 
BLY, and It aollclta the pntrannffe of 
tbe p.bllc who dealre to In. tire where 
Ibeycan obtain Mill. Ill NUCtKITY and 
FAIR DXALI.'.t;. 

priiio:pal, OFFICE: 

416 and 418 California street. 



OlATATr. TOUCH ARO Prcaldent 

X. €». KITTLE Vice Pre.ldent 

CHARLES D. RAVEN Secretary 

Jal 1m 

^'OXTBbTI> ! 

rjDRINO LAST WEtK. A PLACE WHERE 
all Oriakaara lOc. aadol tba beet qunlitj ; 
alao, thaplacatoaat Lao beat Hot Scotch Paooh, 
Tom aod Jerry, or mixed drlake. 

ENCLISH ALE ON DRAUCKT, 

....AT TBS.... 

"HOT SCOTCH," 

IS MORTON STREET (near Koatoyl. 
delltt FELDMANN dtj IIKIGOS. 

THEATHi RUTIbiSERIE, 

aMa Dnpoat at,, one door aontb of Raah. 
/ja. ^-v U. MARUHA.ND LATE OF THJ 
•eULLdW' Rotie.orie RaeUorant" of the Unloa 
^eaaBr dab Proprietor. — Th. Table, prorl 
dad with all tba Dellcaoiaa of tba aaaaoB. 
a»-OY8TKRo 1W EVEBY 8TLX laStai 

JOHN E. IeTJHSDEN, 

WH01.EHALK. AND ■"'"■ .. 

BUTOBEKS. and dealer, in TafraTflflS 
beet American meate. .tell No. 9 oWBWM 
OOUlDalftAL MAKkt r (Sutter ^jSae»Tf 
etraet aid'). fl «!■ 

.a»r- Orders eollrttae and nroroplly filled, flood, 
delirerffd free to all parte of tba oity. nol7 ml 

B ALBERT MOROAHSTERf 

. - . Jaab onabla Heir Dretrlnnj and 

BaSHMSajEft_ Ktth ' 0K KaubbHehmaat, No. 9 
TTaaTSeoontr et.. near Market. Oop- 
cxaplnf. Bltadloc, and L.echiD. 
■Hawdto. deWtf 



FRENCH 




CUSTOMERS ARK NOT ALLOWED TO 
s wear our »tili« onle'ii mado up in the BEST 
STYLE and PEBFKOT FITS. 

LANCASTER, 625 WaThINGTON STREET 

de9] Q|>p. Mimiilre'. |M -ru nontif. [fm 




FURNITUHE J3JVEN AWAY 

rjAVINf; DETERMINED TO, 
*A olorje out onr Retail Store and 
coDfloe onreelve-i to manufao- 

TURINf; EXCLUSIVELY, we will 
bcj!1 onr Immense and llnu atosk of 

Furniture and Bedding 

At 95 per l'i-i t I.i.-mt tli.in Cost! 

Now Is Your Time for Bargains 

•(afFiTe roars' Loa«o and Fixtures for sale. 
IV. O. AVE1R , 
No. OU8 Market street, 
de!9 tjftl Nex* to Swain'a Roata-inm 0, 




ORKA1E3T NOV- 
elly of t be an", now on 
rxhibilioQ at a OS 
Montgomery street.— 
WRFD'S PAIKNT 
OARPET KWKKPEK, 
Broom and Di'l pan 
■rornriined: acbild enn 
iwttep a larce parlor 
'.•nrui.it in ihree min- 
utea alihou'. raisloK 
inydunt., Call and ox- 
aminn thnm; oboaoer 
Mian broosia «'• five 
Ob*. apleeA. DORSKV 
JtLOVVfcRY.N».3«8 



•vimt Cheer L.aundry 
li the belt litwdr? In Ban Franclwo. 




(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) 

....AT THE.... 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

de7] Cor. Post nnd Stockton st*. [lm 




SUPERIOR TABLE CUTLERY. AND EXTRA 
(juiility of fSiivor Placed Spoona and Forke, at 
HAYNES & LAWTON'S, Market street, under 
(■ho Grand Hotel. deUS iw 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND-A hPLRNDID AS- 
flortment; aluo, Silverware and Snec- 
t.iioloe. (M-llinn at 'M per cent. le°B tlmn 
any other house. Call before pmebasing 
elsewhere. Every attiole ib warranted, tvaicritj* 
oleaucd und icpairod. and warranted for two ynra, 
attbeloweotrafe*. Call at H. M. LhWfB'S. C5C1 
CLAY STREET, Hret Jewelry btore below Keiiroy 
street. Established in 1S4S. de4 lm 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

—AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

Ko. GS8 Paclflc street. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of the kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air. and by Plain or 
Medicated Water*. Suites of rooma in the same 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



BOOTS! 
BOOTS ! 



SHOES! 
SHOES! 



wher< 



■I id 



MME. OARTRR. CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John street, one 
rioor from Powell, but. Pacific and 
Mason, pays particular attention to 
locating Mine?, and can beoonsult«d 
on Lawsuits aod tbe various rela- 
tion", of life. The Madame can be 
consulted by tetter or lock of hair. 




HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTEP PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Pine Gold-monnteii EVE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
aod GHt OPERA (iL/iSSE.s. retailed at wholesale 
prices, rangmg (rom $10, if 12,5ft, $15. Good Plain 
Optra Glasses told from $5, fe, *" 60. 

C. MUJLE.EK, Oi>tlctB.n, 

SO& Montgomery street, 
fJMeI2 F.ueb House Block, Sao Frano 



FOR THIRTY DAYS OHJXY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THf'M- 
aelvea of this opportunity, and purchase their 
stock of BUUTa and aHOHS for the rainy Beacon. 
Ac Elae- 
I.AIUl'S' WEAR. Nolan'i 

Frenoh Kid Button Boots $4 '0 

French Kid ACollop>'op Boots. .. .... '<i ■% 

Freneb Fox Button Boots, only........ 3 00 

French Ualf Drcstt boots?, high oat 'I <v5 

Heave Kid Boots Tor Winter sear 2 Ml 

Kid Fox Scollop Vsmp Balmorals 175 

k id Fox Balmorale.only 1 ■*) 

Kid Fox Double Sole Bui morals I "Tfl 

Extra High Out Calf Boots, only 2 (J() 

Kngltsb LaBlimt Gaiters, Double Sole. 1 M 

Kid Slipnere, $1 ; Fine French Kid 1 50 

Misses' Kid Button Boots 2 mi 

Miiser,' U'ble tole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 

Misaea' Double Sole Calf Shoes.. 1 50 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only 1 2-5 

Children's Best Doublo Button Boots. 1 75 
Children's Sewed Top Pebble Goat.... I '26 
Children's Ooppur-Toe, 7'u.; Screwed 

Oalf 1 1" 

Infants' Shoe", I'm , 25o., 50c. and 75 

Genta' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots 6 00 

Gents* French Screwed Boots 5 00 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots S 00 

Gents' Calf Pegged Boor.*, only 2 .50 

Genta' Kip Booia, ?2, §2 50 and 3 0J 

Gents' Double Sole .Screwed Boots 3 50 

Cents* OongreBs Gaiters, $1 and $1 50; 

Sewed 2 00 

Gents' Rubber Roots, ooty 4 00 

Genta' French Screwed Gaiters 3 SO 

Gents' Brogann, si 25, $1 50; screwed, 2 1)0 

Gtvjtn' Screwed Oxford Tin 2 0u 

Boja' screwed Shoes, *1 60; Oxf'dTiea 1 75 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

IVoa. 11 :.uU 93 Third atreet. 

0Q~ Don't foigxt tbe place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. de29 tr 



2 00 
150 




F. PVAT'S 



HAIR 



IVM Kearny atreet. 1 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIU 



■fsr-N. B.— Wigu hired for Theatrical purposes 
and Masquerade Balls. de* lm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clothinp; Emporium, 

r,\7 umi A49 'Wushliiictoa street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 
made of tbe beat materials and fitted 
as if made to order, at prices ranging 
from 

Si" to sir* 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunk?, ValiseH, Traveling Satchels, etc., on sale 
at the lowest prices. **r*Oall and be convinced. 
P. P. MOHnBAIUDT. (dot lm] T. G. BILTT. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Gr.'iiuls and TJprigrhts, 

A. BOR.D. Paris, jast received, 

FBOM $200 TO »80t» DUfi™, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Mootsonftrj street, nmr Howard. 
Aleo, a l.rse aaaortment ot a"«t ""•'AS?'.?" 
In-trument., tfitney Goods, eto. '-<-»•> '! 




FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONS. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
I'arwao Liilie,' Underwear. FRENCH OOK- 
SETSoIall orio.e sod q°«li""E';l*^ r ? r V?iS r ? 
to order. No. 6al SAORAMKNTO STKEET, 
below Kearny. l»" m 



1IESENFEI.D, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
liard Tables. 571 MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 

Frnnciaco. Sole Apeot for Phe- 

lan A Oolleoder'e Patent Billiard Tables and jtew 
Impro.ed KnrekalWire Coabjooe, PatanUrdTIaj 



Vmj CLAY av^^Pvust^ 



rw*0 GET A 


REALLY FASHIONABLE 


PER- 


feoily-tii 


ink: Coat boilt, a Gentleman 


sbonld 


go to G. B. 


DAVIS, Faahio 


nable Tailor 


50*7 


Kearny street 


near California 


no3 tf 





ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO . •, 
all the affairs of life be aura and conault.'Ji 
PROFESSOR DAHM. tbe most popular of JrS 
Astrologers, at No. 0*1 California street, above 



p* % d j± m ' 



■»» 



inapt Sunday, o» 
E*. BOGARDUS 

— AT— 

int a*., and 535 Wazhmgtoo ft' 
slow MuotKoaH7 Uitek. 

B ATUfiUAY JANUAB 



r I8AK:: ON THE CftLA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riOAKO !» IboroutfUly dl.irlhuU.-U c v - 
«r dny «,n the « un of the CttlU'omlu P»- 
Clflt Uullroal, le»UV Mury-wllle for 
VitlleJ ■ uU Muu Fruaclico ut 1 o'clock 
P. M. ^ 

FIGARO GN THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

•OO " t'luuros" are <ll»lrlt»Uled ou the 
WakliciJ I-'crry honti every ufirrnuoiii 
msKo buodk the L>a>«envcera urrlviiif bj 
b» (real Overland Trulii. 



FIUAR0 ON THE VALLEJO BOAT. 

too "Flifuru*" are dl*trlhnted every 
J n ■ aiimag thv piuKncert on the Steamer 
Cui-lLul, on her afternoon trip from 
ViUlcJo to ihl- city. 



Fat»l Accident Willi Maxim Gas 
Works. 

The San Francisco correspondent of the 
S aoramento Record says: 

The Maxim Gas Company have been 
steadily pushing their works in this State 
the past few months, bat have been even 
more unfortunate than the Atmospheric 
Company, which was blamed for the Print- 
ing house, and many other fires. Some 
months ago the works behind the Cosmo- 
politan Hotel Saloon burned up. Since then 
ot the residence of George H. Howard, San 
Mateo, and John F. Doyle Menlo Park, and 
other domestic gas works of the Maxim 
Company, have burned up. The retort of 
the works used in lighting the business 
blocks of San Rafael took fire about a month 
ago. On tne 10th of December the worst ao 
oident, however oscured at the Maxim Gas 
Works at Watsonville. The Pojaronian says 
that the first fire was smothered out and the 
leaks temporarily stopped with rags. While 
the mechanic in charge, Charles Blair, was 
making good the damages, the fire broke out 
again. The retort making the gas is in the 
briok building, with a firt-pr of door, and 
by the force of the explosion this door was 
closed and Blair chut in. His agonized 
scream for help was heard and the door 
forced open, when he was found terribly 
burned about the face and hands. His hair 
was burned snng to bis heid, and the skin 
from hi« right band peeled entirely off, tak- 
ing the finger-nails at the same time. * * * 
It. J. Williams was al*o badly, though not 
seriously burned; and several others outside, 
when the rash first took place, bad their hair 
and eyebrows singed. Poor Blair lingered 
in great suffering until the right of the 27th, 
when he died. His mother was sent for 
from San Francisco a week ago, and, with 
great difficulty, the roads beins: washed out, 
reached him two or three days before he 
breathed his last. . 

We have heard a good deal lately about 
Maxim Gas accidents, though there has been 
an apparent disposition in journalistic and 
telegraphic quarters to suppress them. We 
could by a little exercise of memory make 
quite an addition to this list of accidents 
t hough, on this coast, we believe, there has 
yet been only one fatal result. Indeed, we 
de not believe that there are many Maxim 
machines that have been in use four months> 
not even the Mills Institute one, that have 
not burnt up, burnt out or gone out. 



Theatres Destroyed .In 1871. 
The last year has been a remarkably mis- 
forronate one in regard to the destruction of 
theatres by fire. The Adelphi Theatre, Bos- 
ton, was burned February 4th; loss sixty-nvc 
thousand dollars. On April 1st, Griswold's 
Opera House, Troy, N. Y. , was destroyed; 
loss, seventy-two thousand dollar*. The 
Academy of Music, Bloomingfon,ILl. , was 
burned Sept. 9 h; loss twenty-five thousand 
dollars. And then, on the 9th of October, at 
one fell swoop, the Are wipd out of exist- 
ence seven theaters at Chicago, viz. : Cros- 
by's Oper.i House, McTicker's Theatre, Dear- 
born Theatre, Get- man Theatre, Hooleys 
Theatre, Far well Hull, and Aiken's Museum. 
We have not at band the estimates of losses 
by the destruction of these establishment, 
by the great fire, nor of Sanford's Opera 
House, Philadelphia, which was burned on 
thelGthof October. On the 9th of Dec. 
Wall's Opeia House, Washington, D. C. , 
was boraed down. L-uis, $30,000 bartly cov- 
ered by insurance. In the last month o 1 
the year 1870, three theatres were burned, 
The Varieties Theatre, New Orleans, was 
bnmed Dec. 1st 1870, Winter Garden The- 
atre, Cincinnati, Dec. 7th, and Broom's Va- 
riety Theatre, Memphis, Tenn. , Dec. 28 th- 
Thus, within the space of eleven months, 
fourteen theatrical establishments were de- 
stroyed by fire. 

It is hardly possible to estimate the 
amount of losses sustained by all concerned 
in consequence of these conflagrations 
The managers' ousiness broken up, 
wardrobes, theatrical fixtures, properties, 
music, etc. , consumed to ashes; actors thrown 
out of employment. These are losses not 
easily counted or mended. The only consol- 
ing feature of these latter calamities is the 
fact that they were not accompanied by the 
loss of human life, such as has made theat- 
rical burnings as dreadful in some instances. 



THE STAGE DOOR. 

I stood by the door at the noontide hour, 

TVilh a bundle of dog's-eared paper: 
For over a play of undoubted pow'r 

I bad wasted the n'gbtly ttper. 
And I wanted the manager cue s for all 

To reject the thing or accept It. 
I bad shown It to managers great and small. 

And bed carried it home end kept It. 

I fell into leve while I etunterd there 

(As a poor-devil author dangle?) 
With a pretty princess, who looked eo fair 

On tho MagT, in her tight* and spangles. 
'Twas love at first eight for each and both. 

Bat mv life was a strife to lonely 
That I thought it a Bin top'lght my troth 

For love and for tilie love oniy. 

I stood by day and I stood by night, 
When the weather was not the clearest— 

As an author who struggles to see the light; 
As a lover who seeks his dearest. 

But my life to-day is an altered lite 
(Bo my rhyme his a tfnge of reason) — 

For the pretty princess is my own dear wife. 

And my drama ran all the season. 



amtaam 

JPoaltlveiy 

JI. Those fine goeds, Watches and Jewelby, at 
806 Maiket street, are being sold dally at set 
cost. The stock will be closed out. p 



European Music. 

The largest assortment In the United States 

outside of New York. Musical Instruments 

Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc, at 

Schuberth's music store. 643 Clay Btreet. Agents 

f or the Steck Pianos. I 

The vers- finest Photographs to be had only 
at Skllece & Fishbb's, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. x 

Reduced Prices. 

Guerin k Son, prise boot and shoe makers, 
8J7 and 328 Bush street. Must eell 535,600 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

•Washing; Returneain One I>ay 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. ^^^ 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corville, of the. 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy*9ers to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whicn 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. g 

Jk. pleae.int Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Oentral location, should visit the aihambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and lb wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Sausages. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. P 



Dr. Bourne', Electric Baths, 

Established in 1852. now conducted by Br. Mc- 
Sparren, are recommended by all physicians as the 
best medicinal batha on the Coast. 10 Pott Btreet, 
Masonic Temole. • 



M-afae Tour Home Beautiful 

Sy adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
(n beautiful frames. W. A. Kollmteb, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington Btreet, ]uet below 
Keamy, will, at a wonderfully small coat, trans- 
form the dullest looking room Into a bright 



cheerful budoir. 



Under trie Occidental Hotel, 
112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander. 
ton k Bar oh, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qual- 
i ty, and at the lo west prioea. 

To tne TJntortnate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 

street, comer of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entr&noe on Commercial street. 
tabliahedin 1354, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
»ocharge unless he effects a cure. 



An old Dutchman, who some years ago 
was elected as a member of the Canadian 
Legislature, said, in his broken-English 
style: "Yen I vent to the Lechislatnre I 
tought I vonldfind dem all Solomons dere, 
but I soon found derevas some as pick fools 
dere as I vsb." 



Job'a Ice Crenm Suloon. 

The beat place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oyat-ers. Ice Cream and 
Fancy Oand-es ia at No. 317 Kearny street, between 
Pine and bush. The old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on hand. 



Strenger, Stop: 

Go to Mr Reubold, 316 Burn street, if you 
want boot* mud- in style ar d of the best mate- 
ria], his a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are tht cheapest in the end. a 



Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives fre? lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
eTery Friday evening, commencing at 7J«, at his 
Bygelsn Ball, C37 California Bt„ tnd examines 
patients phrenologically as to heal;b. <j 



Go and Soe X'lieui. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J.A.Sha'er 4: Co.'b, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which axe offored for bule for cash lowea 
than ever before in San Francieco, v 



The Best Farm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm .Wagon is 
tbe best ; over 600 sold on this coast. Mills 
at Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. bh 



Or. Oo)\i rty 

Has devoted his study ;more particularly to 
chronic and sprcinc practice, and as such is 
now tbe most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento afreet, 
corner of Leiden dorff, a f<;w doors below What 
Cheer House. ___ 

A. 'Word, io Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant in tbe city 
is the Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the beet of every 
thing in the market are to be found. K 




MM® 

BRYANT & STRATTON JTft \ 

NESS COLLEGE < 

24P0STSTL ""' 
SAN FRAHCISCOf 



T H £.t A .? GEST AND THE BEST BUSINESS 
X COLLEGK <n the Coast. It educates thor- 
oughly for Bupiness. Persona of both sexes and 
of all sgea admitted. Preparatory Department 
for these not fi ted for Business Course. Over 250 
papila now in attendance. Students osn com- 
mence at anytime. Tbe public are i' vited to visit 
ttiisColUge. Caulcgueasent by addressing 
E. r. IIEAl.D. 
President Business College, 
del3 tf San Francisco. 





Car and Steamer News Afrency. 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioabo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest Ran Francisco dailies and all 

he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at Ban Francisco prices. " 

-Mr*. C Cook, 

Firet Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
Street, San Francisco. x 

Wnat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. " 



There are two reasons why some people 
don't mind their own business. One is, 
tbat the; haven't any business, and the oth- 
er is, they haven't any mind. 



Elegant PrewnU for the Holidays, 

Economy ia wealtb. Hain 4 Pollard have $50,000 
too much etook on hand, bich must be sold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure the deaired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chaiue. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Their old customers 
will please recollect tnat their new etore is at No. 
7 Kearny Btreet. F 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. WrxsoN, 213 Drumm 
street, between Clay and Washington . b 



First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship in tbe millinery line, to Mrs. 
CowleB of the '-New House." 114 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle's stocfe is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, bh 



Loales' Visit ins: Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwteb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Mr. ke Yourself at Home. 
You ran make yourself perfectly at borne, in 

•The Parlor" kept by Harry Corbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. R. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. Acosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder all night, e 

Necklaces. Brooches, Earrings. OrosseB, Lockets, 
Oard Oases, eto . of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant Dreaent. You will find a large 
etock of it at A. Hir&chman's Jewelry More, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter and Post. o 



Homoeopathic Cough and Crnnp Syrap 

Affords speedy relief from Colds, Coughs and 
Croup. It is the best remedy to keep on hand for 
sadden attacks of Oroup. Prepared by Borick A 
Tafet, Homoeputhio Pharmacy, 231 Sutter street, 
San Franoiico. F 

Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin k Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cue 
omers. Call and ste them. 327 and 329 Bash 



Cr Yon Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
: ot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun- 
iry. 



Dickey's Creme de Lds. 

Unites tne characters of an admirable Cos- 
metic and elegant Dentifrice. Every bottle lei 
warranted. ? 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, Ho. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry cf all kind6 for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. b 

If Ton want Good Beef, 

G-o to Stall 60, 61 and 82, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



A -New Thing In Oysters, 

Joe Giusta, 105 California Market, frontinc 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
terB at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giustl's fresh opened oysters to eac on 
BundayB, not tbe stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

I». Douglas &, Go's 

Useful Holiday Presents I Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, 145 pieces, $30; French China deco- 
rated Toilet Bet, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, 44 pieces, $10. n 

OOO Pairs ot Socks, 

At all prices,!!; the What Cheer Laundry. • 

A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Squarzi'B ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present. The egg nog punoh saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great ekill. His 
famous symposium ia at 20 Liedesdorff, and is pre- 
sided over by A. iSona, hiB worthv successor, u 

A Suitable Holiday rifstoi 
For a lady ie 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by John 
P. Dwyee, 607 Montgomery Btreet, or at Grand 
Hotel. D 

Ward's Celebrated Shirts 

At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levlne. 

• 

Deposit yonr Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
Dharge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from? to o'clock.! 



Home from Europe. 

Julien Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, so widely and favorably known 
in San Franoisco, has returned from an extended 
coar on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospitals in the world, and may 
beconsukedat bis office, 413 Kearny street, ber. 
California and Pine, West side, over the Drug 
store. j. 



The Newest Publications. 

Allreaders llfee to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
o the post-office, is agent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



The New Remedy. 

For restoring tbe hair and cleansing the scalpr 
use Kinkead's sage-brush hair tonio and cure fo 
baldzees. It will check the hair from falling oat 
To be had of the agent, Jas. H. Gates, Drupgist 
oor. Mew Montgomery and Howard etreets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Kmkead, EUo 14ev., is 
on each wrapper. k 

Best and Cheapest 

Cloaks and shawls in this city, are to be had 
at Sulivan, Fratinger k Co., 14 Montgomery 
street. bg 



It is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. x 

Don't wait, but go before tbe rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas k 
Co's, No. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
supply in the city. k 

« 

Wew Range, ^ 

Lewis & Paxdeb, So. 32 Geary street, above 
Kearny, are the sole agents fcr the Richmond 
Improved Range, for cheapness and utility it 
has no superior. a 



CALIFORRIAJPTmURANT 

\TWOS. «10, CIS AND lUKOKJ. 

^'™ gomery street, near Merchant.— 
Ixidie^' Saloon connected tuth tbe Res- 
taurant. 

JB111 of Fare. 

Ice Crenm or Coffcv FBEE to 
any penou Spending 85c. 

Seap, with Fish or Rroaste 15c 

Two Ekk» 15c 

Three EggB aoe 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee lie 

Steaks or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 2Uo 

Fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed l5o 

Bottfeol White Wine l6o 

Bottle jf Claret Wino or Beor lfio 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 5c 

Oat Meal. Mush or Cracked Wheat.... 6o 
OoCee. Tea, Chocolate, or a Glaso of 

White or Claret Wine 5c 

del-tt JOHN BEGAN. Proprietor 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCLtN! SURGING BREtKERSI 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS 1 

APPETIZING BREAKTASTS, LUNCHES, 
DINNEES AND STJPPEES. 

BBIK6 TOIK WIFE! 

BBIS6 TOUK FAMH.T! 

BBIK6 1 OXK LADT riiljEMJS! 

And enjoy a view of the FINEST OCEAN PANO 

RAMA BJ THE WCBl_D. oil in si 8 nt ol 

tne world-renowned 

Golden CJ-ate, 

Witha fleet of white-winged meafjengers entering 
from every part of the commercial world. 

■»-New Line Busses, connecting with Street 
f« ar ?h a nr£n lo ° otaj D every 15 minutes hereafter 
for the Cliff Houte. Fare 25 cents. 



SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 



OLD ESTABLISHED, AND DOING A GOOD 
business, as the hooks will show. Reason for 
Belling, tbe proprietor has other engagements that 
he has to fulfil, 
09" Apply at Fig aso Omos. jt6 tf 



3. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

r Terrapin constantly on hand. 
Oysters a every atjle. PBrVATB 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 

mh31 lm 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Fine Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Stews 

lTSDNESDd.TS and FB1DATS 
Families and Parties supplied to order. nol5 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OTSTEES. CLAMS 
Bjk n andallkindBof SHELL FISH. 



Stalls Nos. 40, 41, 43, California f 
Market, entrance on California street 'V'- 
fr^R 1C 1 °« p . nv ? > fee T , paTtie . 9 and. families supplied 
fw- 6 tf M ' *° 12 £ M ' > ad '"a *°d Gentlemen's 
Oyster Koom open from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. de!3 2w 



Hew Farnishng Goods* 

Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. * 

Trie Stylish H.at Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 617 
Washington street Is called "The" Hat Btobs 
Is because, for the style of Its hats and the 
moderation of Its charges, It stands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Store. 647 Washing- 
ton street (the Becond hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. k 



Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



For the very best phographs go to Bradley k 
Kulofeon's. Prices reduced. Closed on Bon- 
day. • 

Wet Ark Bbowh's Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Uhb Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they axe Nature's great restorers. x 

• 

Pf ew 1 orlc Store. 

Cheap and One jewelry and fanoy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Sampson & Go's. New Tore Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

Trio Best Cigars and TobaOco 
Sold at lowest rates by Heucs, No. 233 Kear- 
ny street, South of B ush. » 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Kearny. u 

New Tork Dry Goeds Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Olay and Sacra- 
mento, receiTea new goods dally from New York 
auctions very cheap. Bememoer.the number.* 



Horton'e Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton'B, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hue k Schmidt, 635 Commercial st, is on the 
wrapper. Hcq k Sohhtdt. Successors to P. I. 
Be-illy, Agents. r 

But bo Sewtkq Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Suplee. Aget t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 

Rents Collected 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



OPTICIAN, 

£05 AIontgTomery Street, Bmm Block, 

ju23 tf San Francisco. 



TAX COLLECTORS' SALE 



REA.L 



OT 

EST. 



.TE 



DELINQUENT TAXES, 

WILL BE RESUMED !OH 

Saturday, January 6th, 1872, 

AT IO O'OLODK. A. M , 

Commencing with Volume [JO, .Block No. 72 cl 

the Outaide Lands, wilt sell Vole. U) and 21, which 

will carry the sate to the Supplement Assessment 

Boll. 

i»52t A. AUSTIN. Tei Collector. 



SODUND SELTZER WATER! 

713 Broadway. 

PRICES 

REDUCED* 



The Steam Soda 
Wori» have re. 
duced the price 
from SI 50> to 

50c. per Doz. 

deUlm 





AMERICAN A COS 

COMBINATION OF 



CUNDURANCO 



•TH2- 

GBEATSST BLOOD PUSIHEB KNOWN 

E-VBOB S KT> BTviciI-PKESrBEWT 
Leilas and Hon. GcorgeO. G'.»rham. A sne- 

imffi^ivW, NEUitAXGiA. ulcera: 

ttOSS, bh-IX DISEASES, etc. Price SI SO nw 
bottle. Sold by all Dnaailsk. ' * ^ 

BEBINGTON, HOSTETTER A CO., 
Agents, San Francisco. 



Best Quality of JOogrsliiln. 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the Wnat 
Cheer Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, wbit^ 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H 
Gadsby, 685 Market, near Second. jj 



A-rtiflclal Limbs, . 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, :San 



Francisco. 



San Franctboo Stall.— Nos. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at ca3h less than 
any other place in the city. 



ttlO f\f\CS T0 ANT PERSON 

©lU.UUU able to equal NME 
SOHWORER, Professor of Great 
Mysteries. She cares sickness after 
recovery is hopeless, and gives cor- 
rect information on all affair:- of life. 
Prof. S. ban invalaable TaliamanB for 
love, «ood lackland also seeine voar "intended 
reo.Sl and upward. Office. No. 833 Washington 
ssreet. between Stockton and Dapont. below the 
Unarcb, for a ahort time only. j ft 4 tf 




C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
TO, directly opposite the Ooort House. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for ealeandtolet 
T»non3 parts of Alameda oopnty. ap29 lm 




BTerp- 



Seeds 

AND 

.T U . S i?,P?P BIVED ' A PRIME LOT OF NEW 

Bnlhi .£°a < S" P Se »1iH t »ci, J th Glaseesf Datctf 

-133m ta ^|^£«ft^^sco. 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cold* 

And all similar Inflictiona Bpeedily and surtlv 
Cared at Dr. Bourne's Eleotrical Baths. 10 Poet 
Street, Masonio Temple. ^ ™ b 



Fori Washing 

Shirts, (1 5Q per doz.; small pieces, 50a, per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. * • 
Watches. "" 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches eve* offered for sale in this city is 
offered by 3. W. Tccnm k Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz. Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, etc, all ol 
which will be sold at the vary lowest priees. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FUBrTISHED BOOMS. Sffl- 
gle or in Baits, 

Well Lighted and Ventilated. 

Unfamiehed Rooma to let. Lodirine with 
' ALHAMBRA BUILfiDfO 
oc24 tf 




STAPLETON, hatter, 

ia* KEAEIT STMSBT. flm 



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ICIDEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH B0AR0- 
.: ING AND BAY SCHOOL, 

F°ioiI. FoS!il44 D S S ( . §ONDtJ0TFJ> By 

l«..I!JI!;,k « ? R| ol * Satter street, near 
t^gavem.orth, Sjn Francisco. ia, 2w 



MADAME LEROT 

tf AS JUST EEOEITED FBOM PAEIS AN 

AA elec&nt assortment of Bonnets and Round 
Hats, boa myites the ladie of good taete to call 
and see them, at No. 8*SM BUSH STREET 
t floor ,,4 3, 



AMAS BON-BONS! 

SASTA CI^APS- HEAJMtVAMTICBa. 

Candies. Candies. 

new and fresh, for ».l, chei ' . ° d ' m ib °" I" 6 - 
™ ">7 Monteomery-s.re.r. nearsitter. 



S?i.nnv jV !«5& S „ BED WON 
hat Battery and Front, where he 
7 """ » HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the honr. of 11 and 1 p iT- 

„ -— T--r, ° 'hechoicest Wines and Lia- 

Yon will always find huat there to attend. de28 



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GREAT OXFORD THEATRE. 



tATCRSAY AID SOWDAY CVCMINUk 

TO HATUKDAY 



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Great Minstrel First P. 




KELLY & LEON MINSTRELS! 

— 

THE GREAT EMERSON MINSTRELS 






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EKTKRTAIftMEKT A LA HALOH PART PREMIER. 



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JIMMY HALL! JIMMY HALL! 

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LIZZIE HARMON ! I IZZIK HARMON ! 



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POLITICAL SPEECH. 

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To •tmsloda with Tb* 

POI Hl.NTERS FROM HONOLIU ! 

Rm Howard so«j Quae 



"M«»4«*n Twrilj.au Onl« 

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• YltOPSIS OF au<.i;menti 

This ii s world of It range chances. Flo than, Kmp'ror of . from the riolsnce of lb* multitude; pit helically sake protsc« 
China, rais.-l tn bit honor by a freak of foriane, lea'izes the I Hen of th* Emperor, who is poweriesa to mr, although wall 
eld promrd, ' t "n»a-> r»sl- tbe Ii»s ] that «ojn a crows," con- I a fjuaioto J wnii Jim Kiak. Jay Gould, Jndgn S.»f«r, benator 
sequeoily *euld sell his office for next to noisier- Bat the l Sargent, anti olber Influential gentlemen. • When despairing of 
fliK«TT7 l"in mail* iiui ni- 1> to American and no Chinese, | succor in aiij shape, stt icanui of aacipe i! opened by the cr.ief 
herttifor* kept secret from the com men berd, a rebellion break* | o <osp1rator, and all three— Emperor. Princes*, sad Mandarin, 
oat aad ibe Kmpernr'a crown aod bead sra both io danfr i gl*d'y arall tbemsalTse of so engrgement witfa Maogulre'a or- 
from too wratb of the lower order*. Fe-sa-plcb tor, a beauti- I .gin\l Jap to return to tbeir Datira land, 
fal Princess, end Ke-ki-ka-ko, a Mandarin, sito sre in dsntrr | 
KI-M-IIAK, Km per or of Ohloa, willing to return to tho hnmble walka of life, jet anxious to crnab th* rebellion and 

tlieDow Oily Charter: baring no sympathy with Twetd or any other man f;i»\V I.V K K.I.I, Y 

KP-KI-KA-KO. Chinese Mandarin, a pleasant fellow, fond of Pictorial Papers S. H. HOLDSWOKTH 

KO-Ku-KH.M.i, Captain of Ken-i-ban'a Our. da, a Conspirator, death on slf law aod Older W, II A UK 

KO-KI-Kl-tll, another of the aame cort G. ASH ION 

K.O-PI-HI-KI, a Conspirator with aoarpet ba« full of naele. a Police Bills. Charters, etc., always on hand to rote on Rail- 
road Bills 7.. ..T. O. ASHTON 

HI-' i:-KI>. aCon.plrator, the man who saw whOBtrack Billy Patterson O. KK»iP 

i. H I: N -CHIN f'HOW- DhR. a Conspirator, knows all those worth knowoR-a knowing: fellow GEORGK BKYNOI.ns 

HI-KO-Kl H KI, a Conspirator, does the out shI- batioess. attends to the Genuao vote, sto.... OHAKLES KRYNoi 1>S 

BoW-Wi n.pirator. one of lbs B'hoys ...O. H fOSTKB 

— F-AK-KICH-TiiX, 1'nnce. s Id the suite of Fe-ni-ban. s nice >onng women, aozfous to eacape from China and its 

Rebellion* to become * female broker in New York ...I_.jEO;i>f 

_ Gnarde. Ohineae Shopkeepers, Attendants, etc. 



The Plsno used Is from tho house oi o-Ohler. Chase h Co., 633 Olay street, agents for the celebrated Oblckerlng Piano 



MISS AlVEjTi2jLaX,a%. 131: WIST. 
MK. HORATIO TNKjLwOjX, 

Tee AooompUahsd I'antoaaimial. 

MISS FANNY WEBSTE*. MISS SALLY THAYtR. 

MISS SUA MURPHY. MISS FANNY MESNE 

MISS HAITI! WILLIS, MISI CLARA HALL, 

MISS E. LA RUE, MISS ANQELINE 

Tho TrrjiNlchdrrnn IS«*nuti«*H 

THE COMICAL COMEDIANS, 
LOWDEN, SPHAGDK, 

DIAMOND, FORREST, 

HARRIGAN. EVANS, 

AND OUR CHAMPION COME.-IA.V 

^TJCs-^jElTr MOXll OIVT 
WHOOP L^V! WHOOP LA! 

Ersryevsnins Hit further notice, Horau > Nslaoo'. rerstoa 
or The 

Dancing Scotchman! 

Tbe Dancing Scotohni 

Jenny Mo Donald 

Mr. mol'onald 

Mrr. McDonald 

Tbe Sculptor 

Toe Ardent I*«Ter 



Other Obarae i i o«oy. 

Look out for Dick O'Xell'd new Moral Seosatioa Play, 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 



II NoUod 
. Amelia Dean 
... Mr. Morton 
..Mrs. l.owden 
— Mr. Forrest 
Mr.Hprscns 



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PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. 

('t.ATP.D BOOMS 
. ,r.ry comfort. Id * fireproof 
R >>m*. MS, :»T i .od Ao oU. 

.•' Nuau Cam.r of b*idMdorff toA Coran.r. 
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GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO.,„..315, 317, 319 & 321 PESE STRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

Tlir UIOUT AND BUT ITOCH OF OOOUS DT THE STATE, AT rBH'EN UEl'VINO OOHPSTITIUN 
■rOUiL iVIN]> SEE FOR IODB8EIjTE8.« 



COSO HOUSE, HIS«n.om.itr«, 

BRANCH HOUSE, i ^ s aR . au .. .■. 

The Model Lodtlna Honiwa of the PsMnale 
Coasts. 

)t g* tf LJ. KffEU,. Proprietor. 




PIO.MIKU SHOK MASITACTORV. 




^••-Tbsmoet KLEGANT CUSTOM WORK. IN THK CITY, 
Tall and en«toe gooda sod prices. BKBRU A MAYNARD 
M9m fCearoT street, one door aotitb of Biratj 



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GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And College of Medicine. 

IO Cif\C\ BP.AUTIFUL AND IN6TRU0T- 
M.\J*\J\J\J Itb obiecta to beaeen. Open to the 
PablioDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL. 
S18 Montgomery atreet. FOR MEN ONLY. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

BACBAHEKTO, 

Mr. tfos. Praic ( or... I,e»«ee and Miiru»«er 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
the present management commenced on tbe 
ltitb September, and during the occasional visits 
of tbe company to Sao Joss, Stockton and Marys- 
Tille, 

The Theatre enn be Rented by Flret* 
elamaj Fntertiilnmentat 

by application to TIIOS. BAKER, Knq., at llwt- 
ioss k Oo'a Banking Hon no, corner of Second and 
J atreota. Sacramento, or to JOSEPH PROCTOR, 
MetTopoliUn.Th'iatre. se.2 tf 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOI7VJA UTY, MEYADA 

THIS ELXOAIfT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and can Im rented bv tbn night or 
btr the week. Stsra and traveling oomDaniea 
hborally treutod with on application by letter 
_ . JOHN PIPER, 

oo3< tf Manager and sole Proprietor. 



HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS, ON 
low terms. It is located on the prinolpa 
•traet, will eont Kim persons, and bae a good stage. 
Mneio famished— s full orchestra It needod— on 
moat reasonable terras. Apply to W. O Ll.OYD 
Petaluma, or st this office. sa.8 3m 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 

....AT.... 

MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Montgomery nod Pipe stt eeta. 

IMMENSE VARIKrY OF JAPAN i CHINA 
Poods, flno Frsoob F.nop Articles, mo., etc A 
large etook of fin. 8ULID GOLD JEWELRY. 



DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

piVE PER OKNT. MORE WILL BE ADDED 

oa .11 Periontl Property Tares rera.ioiog QD- 
pud on *nd alter Jkou.ry let, 1872. 
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JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMKNT OF FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
tbe newest pattern: Gold and Silver Watcbes from the 
moat reliable mannfiiutorie»; Odd Fellowe", Masonic, A. P A., 
Kaetero Star, Ked Men, and all otbnr BndgeB. Mark?, Pins, 
eto., always on hand lo great variety, wholesalu and retail. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 

GIO Mer-i'hiint utreet. lief. Montgomery «nd Kunrny 



TRY THE 



GERKE WINE. 



BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 

GVIF'T BOOKS 

....FOR.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OF 
the Rouky Mountaiaa of the be^t edi'iona of the works of 
the great Painters and Engravers, comprising the leading iUl , 

English, French, German and Italian 

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Together with a choice selection from smsng the beat aad 
latest American Illustrated WORKS OF ART. POETRY, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound and 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign authors, together with a largo assortment 
of Book* suitable for Libraries, and a general assortment of 
JUVENLLK'S Picture Books, Albania. Bibles, Prayer Books, 
eta, etc. For sale st very low prices by 

H. H. MOORE, 

""" street, near Merchant. 




SQUARZA'S PUNCHES* 



PsTiroim, for Oenliemen.-EM Kogg (a new PoncM 

Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleaanre, Anti-Dyspeptic, LadUl 
Tears. Anti-Divoroe.Welcoaa, Cognac, Arrack, Gin, Wbiaks> 
Ooooa, Ooffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco. Aopstlssr 
Romas Nectar. Aurora. Farewell. Jamaica Bum, Kiraohwasssz 
VOBDIALli, tor I^awlea. — juadles' Favorite, Ladles 
Pleasors., Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Blackberry. Mint, Aats- 
Boa e.Kim mel. Ooooa, Pousse Oslo, Pins Appls..Klrsoh. 
BfTTmVB*.— Hygieoie Oholsra >eUdoU An*uatnro.c's./ 
sr. sa4 all other Bi tun Is deauod. 



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ATUBUAY JANUARY C, IKS 



fllARQ QH THE Cur. PACIHC RAILROAD. 

riWAl- ' rt Ihor-.tiBDiy dUtrt tinted ev, 

«r difon the runof the Cnllfornln a*« 

c lOe UalirLu!. Ie..*|n* MonnlHe Tor 

Vallejo mad Srn. Francisco «*l 1 o'clock 

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fIBASS ON THt QUUnP BOATS. 

VOO '" li/aroi" nr« distributed an the 
Oftkla.>u ferry hnuli every afleriu-on. 
M j»llr jnii.nj the f'Uwnit-n arriving: Thj 
b» sreot Overl:»m! Trnln. 



FlaARQ ON THE VALLEJO BOAT. 

■OO ••PlEftroi" «»re distributed every 
d a, laoni the |ia«KQfera »■ the Steumer 
OapltuI, on her aflrrnson trip from 
Vallejo to thW city. 



Fatal Accident With Minim Gaa 
Work". 

The Sin FranoUoo coiraapondeot of the 
S sor&mento Reoord bats: 

The Maxim Gu Company haro been 
steadily pushing their works in this State 
the past few months, bo: hare been even 
more unfortunate than the Atmospheric 
Oompany, which was blamed for the Print- 
ing house, and many other fires. Borne 
months ago the woks behind the Cosmo- 
politan Hotel Saloon burned up. Since then 
ot *tz<? residence of George H. Howard, San 
Mateo, and John F. Doyle Menlo Park, and 
other domestic gas works of the Maxim 
Company, have burned up. The retort of 
the works used in lighting the business 
blocks of Sin Rafael took fire about a msntb 
ft go. On me 10th of December the worst ac- 
cident, however oacored at the Maxim Gas 
Works at Watsonville. The P*jaronian says 
that the first fire was smothered ont and the 
leaks temporarily stopped with rags. While 
the mechanic in charge, Charles Rlair, was 
making good the damages, the fire broke ont 
again. The retort making the gas U in the 
brick building, with a firc-pr.of door, and 
by the force of the extlosioa this door was" 
closed and Blair that in. His agonized 
scream for help waa heard and the door 
forced open, wiies he was found terribly 
burned about the face and hands. His hair 
sr&fe burned snug to his he id, and the skin 
from hi* right hand peeled entirely off, tak- 
ing the tinger-naild at the same time. * * * 
R. J. Williams was al-w badly, though not 
seriously burned; and several others outside, 
when the msh first took place, bad their hair 
and eyebrows singed. Poor Blair lingered 
in great suffering until the night of the 27th, 
when be died. His mother was sent for 
from San Francisco a week ago, and, with 
great difficulty, the roads being washed out, 
reached him two or three days before he 
breathed his last. 

We have heard a good deal lately about 
Maxim Gas accidents, though therehasbeen 
an apparent disposition in journalistic and 
telegraphic quarters to suppress them. We 
could by a little exercise of memory make 
quite an addition to this list of accidents 
t hough, on this coast, we believe, there has 
yet been only one fatal result. Indeed, we 
do not believe that there are many Maxim 
machines that have been in nse four months, 
not even the Mi lls Instiitute one, that hav* 
not burnt up, burnt out or gone ont. 



Theatrfi Deitroyf d In 1S71. 
The last year has been a remarkably mis- 
forfunate one in regard to the destruction of 
theatres by Era. The Adelphi Theatre, Bos- 
ton, was burned February 4th; loss sixty-five 
thousand dollars. On April 1st, Griswold's 
Opera House, Troy, N. Y. . was destroyed; 
loss, seventy-two thousand dollar* 1 . The 
Academy of Music. Bloomington.lU. , was 
burned tjept. 9 b; loss twenty-five thousand 
u Uars. And then, on the 9tb of October, st 
one fell swoop, the Are wip d out of exist- 
ence seven theaters at Chicago, viz. ; Cros- 
by's Opera House, McVicker's Theatre. De»r- 
born Theatre, German Theatre, Hooley's 
Theatre, Farwtll Hall, and Aiken's Museum. 
We have not at hand the estimates of losses 
by the destruction of these establishment, 
by the fjreat fire, nor of Sanford's Opera 
House, Philadelphia, which was burned on 
the lGth of October. On the 9th of Dec 
Wall's Opera House, Washington, D. C. , 
was boraed down. Lois, $30,000 bartly cov- 
ered by insurance. In the last mouth o f 
the year 1870, three theatres were burned, 
The Varieties Theatre, New Orleans, was 
burned Dec. 1st 1870, Winter Garden The- 
atre, Cincinnati, Dec. 7th, and Broom's Va- 
riety Theatre, Memphis, Tenn. , Dec. 28th* 
Thus, within the space of eleven months, 
fourteen theatrical establishments were de- 
stroyed by fire. 

It is hardly possible to estimate the 
amount of losses sustained by all concerned 
in consequence of those conflagrations 
The managers' business broken up, 
wardrobes, theatrical fixtures, properties, 
music, etc. , consumed to ashes; actors thrown 
out of employment. These are losses not 
easily counted or mended. Ths only consol- 
ing feature of these latter calamities is the 
fact that they were not accompanied by the 
loss of human life, such as has made theat- 
rical burnings as dreadful in some instances. 



An old Dutchman, who some years ago 
was elected as a membdr of the Canadian 
Legislature, said, in his broken -English 
style : "Yen T vent to the Lechislature I 
tougbt I vouldfind dem all Solomons dere, 
but I soon found dere vas some as pick fools 
dere as I vas." 



THE »TA«E OOOK. 
I etotd by the door at the noontide hoar, 

With a bundle of dog's-eared paper: 
For over a play cf undoubted pow'r 

I had wasted the n'ghtly taper. 
And I wanted the manager one: f-r alt 

To reject the thing or accept It. , 

I had show □ it to managers g r eat and email, 

and had carried It home and kept it. 

I fell Into lCTe while I sannUTd there 

(As a poor devil author dangle*) ' 
With a pretty princess, who looked go fair 

On the Flag?, In her tlgbts and spanglos. 
'Twaa love at first eight for each and both, 

But mv life was a strife to lcnolj 
That I thought it a sin top'lght my troth 

For lovt> and fvr tiu I love only! 

I stood by day and I stood by night, 
When the weather was not the clear* st — 

As an author who struggle* to lee the light: 
As a lover who seeks his dearest. 

But my life to-day is an altered Ufa 
(80 my rhyme has a tinge of roaeon! — 

For the pretty princess la my own dear wife, 

And my drama ran ajl the season. 



Job's Ice Crenm Saloon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
toe theatre to gel floe Ojeters. Ije Uream and 
Fancy Oaod.es is at No. 31" Kearny street, between 
Pine and Uash. 1 be old pioneer, P. Job. alwaji 
on band. 

The Best Farm Wugon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Fatm , Wagon is 
the best ; over 500 sold on this coast, Mills 
k Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. b 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent iot the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the dally distribution of Figaso 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest Ran Francisco dailies and ail 
he Eastern Illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prioes L 

Airs. O. Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pit- 
t Poized by everybody. 



There are two reasons why some people 
don't mind their own business. One is, 
that they haven't any business, and the oth- 
er is, they bsven't any mind. 



^oropean Magic 

The largest assortment In the United States 

ouu.de of New York. Musical Instruments 

Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 

Schuber ib.'.- music store, &43 Clay street. Agents 

_* or the Steck Plinos. I 

The verv finest Photographs to be had only 
at Selleck k Fibhbb'b, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. x 

Reduced -Prices. 

Guerin k Son. prise boot and shoe makers, 
317 and 329 Bush street. Must sell $35,600 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine oar stock. x 

Washing Returned In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California la assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson CorvUle. of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own cy&ier beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy.#ers to all part* of the Pacific Coast. His 
BsJtsrn transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extesded all over the continent, and the 
".Saddle Bock" Is known everywhere. q 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 

The building la a verv fine one and U we: 

lighted and v entilated. 

Club House Samaagei. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. 

Dr. Boarae'i Electric Bath*. 

Established In IS52, now conducted bj Dr. Mc- 
Soarren are recommended by ail physicians as the 

best me'dicinalbatha on the Coast. 10 Peat aueet. 

Masonic Temp le- 

31alco Tour Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
in beautiful frames. W. A. Eoluctzb, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker '640 Washington street, Just below 
Kearny will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room Into a bright, 
cheerful bndoir. | A 

Under the Occidental Hotel, 
j.12 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
sen a -dolph, you can buy watches, Jewelry, 
Silverware, etc.. ot the latest styles, finest qual- 
1 ty, and at the lo west prices. x 

To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, Ko. 623 Kearny 
street, ner of Oommerctal. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Oommerclal street. Es- 
tablished In 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
■•oebarge unless *ie effects a cure. 



Elegant Prevents for the Holidays. 

Economy is wealth. Bain A Pollard hare $50/00 
too much stook on band, hich must be sold dnr- 
ing the Holiday season, and to insure the deeired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watohes. Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at matJnfactnrera' prices. Tbeir old customers 
will please le^ollect that their new store is at No. 
7 Kearny street. T 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Drnmm 
street, between CHy and Washington. B 



Dickey 's Creme de f_iie . 

Unites the characters of an admirable Cos- 
metic and elegant Dentifrice. Every bottle If 
warranted. r 



H. A. Ca.1 lender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry of all kinds for sals, 
made to order end repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Je welry. __ b 

If Ton want Good Beot, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 



first stall on Pine street side. 



A New Thing la Oysters. 
Joe Giueta, 105 California Market, frontJne 

ob Summer Btreet, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornlogs. Leave ' orders 
and get Giusti*6 fresh opened oysters to eat on 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened en Satur- 
day. 

P. Unuclas & Go'£> 

Usetel Holiday Presents 1 Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner 8ets, 145 pieces, (30; French China deco- 
rated Toilet Set, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, 44 pieces, $10. at 

SOO Pairs of Socks, 

At all prtcee.it the What Cheer Laundry. • 

A Timely/ Present. 

At this feetive season, s dozen of So.aarz&'»ex- 
qaliitely Savored pnncbes form a most appropriate 
present. The egg nog pnnch savea a great deal of 
trouble, and ia compounded with great tkill. His 
tamotts srmposinm is at 20 Liedeadorff, and ::- pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worthy successor. u 

A. Suitable Holiday Fresent 
For a lady is 100 Faabionable Visiting Cards, 
written or encraved In the latest style by Joan 
P. DwTEn, 607 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. . D 

ffnrd's Celebrated Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levine. 



First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premium for feuperior taste and elegance of 
workmanship iB the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowles of the"Kew House." 114 Third Btreet. 
Mrs. Gowle's stock is unsurpassed by any In 
the city, and her prices aw very reasonable, bh 

It You Want 

four Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
iot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Lenr- 
iry. • 

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Home from Europe. 

Jnlien Pertuit. M. D. t member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, eo wldel? and favorably known 
in San Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hosDital3 in the world, and may 
be consulted at his ofSce, 413 Kearoy Btreet, bet. 
California and- Pine. West side, over too Drag 
etore. a 

The fewest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, mag?- 
sines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomls. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome tfrreets. on the way 
o the' post-office, is aceni fcr all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers Immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



Positively 

KThose fine goods, Watches asd Jewelbt, at 
*» Market street, are being sold dally at ski 
cost. The stock will be closed out. p 

StrcnRcr, Stop: 

Go to Mr Beuhnld. 316 Bufh strfet, if you 
wabt boots mad ) in stylo aid of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known f-ct that boots made to 
order, are ih«cbctpest in ihe end. a 



Dr. Barlow J. Smltli 

Gives fro* lectures {to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7Sf, at his 
Hyg'lan Hall, fti" California *\, end (xamloes 
patientg phrenotogically as to health. Q 



Go and See Thoui. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.fibater&Co/s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lowej 
than ever before In San Francleco. x 



Dr. Dohcrty 

Has devoted his study ;more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office S19 Sacramento strpet, 
corner of Leldesd^iff, a few doors below What 
Cheer Bouse. j 

A. Word to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant in tbo city 
Is the Delmoniso Rcstiurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing in the market are to be found. k 

Lades' Vlsltlna Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwtee, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. * 

8f nbe Yourself at Home. 
You can make yourself perfectly at bon%e, in 
The Parlor" k?pt by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everjone ta the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. A cosy place for Winter night?, 
Pool and billiard s. Glam cho wder all night, E 

Necklaces, Brooches. Earrings. Crosses, Lofikets, 
Card Oases, etc, of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant oresent You will Sod a lar» 
stock of it at A. flirschman'a Jewelry totore, 133 
Kearny Btreet, botween Sutter and Post. G 



Tlio New Remedy. 

For restoring the hair and cleansing tbeacaipr 
use Kiokead 'a aage-bruah hair tonic and cure fo 
baldcess. It will check the hair from talline out 
To be had of the agent, Jas. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard sweets and all 
druggists. See that ll M. Kinkead, EIko fter., is 
en each wrapper. 

Best: and Cheapest 

Cloaks aud shawls in this city, are to be had 
at Sulivan, Fratinger k Co., 14 Montgomery 
street. b 



Homceopnthic Cooffh q»<1 Croup Syrap 

Affords Bpeec'y relief from Colds, Coughs and 
Croup. It is the bsst remedy to keep on band for 
sadden attacks of Ofoud. .Prepared by Bonck 4 
Tafel. domoepathic Phararxcy, 231 Sutter Street, 
tan Frauci3jo. F 

Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin k Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store*, their store has been crowded with cue 
omers. Call and see them. 327 and 329 Bush 
street. _ bh 

It is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Che-T Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
eireti. < * 

Don't wait, but go before the rush to bny 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny Btreet. Ho has the finest 
supply iu the City. s 

JVott Bange. 

Lewis t rAirc>EB, 2so. 32 Oeary street, above 
Kearny, are ths sole agents for the Blchmond 
Improved Bange. For cheapness and utility it 
has no superior. a 



Busi 



BRYANT & STRAT70N 

NESS COL 

24- POST ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO' 




TvHE LARGE bT AND THE BKST BUSINESS 
COLLEliK en the Coast. It educates thor- 
oughly for Business. Persons ot both sexes and 
ot all iges admitted. Preparatory Departmeutt 
lor those not h ted for Business Course. Over 250 
pupils now in Attendance. Students can com- 
mi-ocB at uny tin e. The public are It vited to visit 
this Co;lcte. Catalogues sent by addreetinr 
E. i-. I1EALD. 
President Business College, 
ri(13 tf San Francisco. 




CSLIFORNIAJtfSTAURANT 

NOS. BIO, «18 AND ^ 14 MONT- 
Komery street, near Merchant.— 
Ladies' Saloon oonneoted -nth the Rat. 
taurant. • 

J3111 o± Fare. 

Ice Creun or Coffe*' F1CFE to 
any pertoo tfpendlnir S0>. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroaste \hc | 

Two £bk« lfie 

Three X.fnt» »»c 

Smells or Salmon, with Coffee ISc 

Steaks or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .1*0 

Sirloin Steak, do 2Uo 

r resh Oysters, Raw or Stewed 15c 

Bottle of White Wine 10c 

Bottle of Olaret Wine or Beer 15o 

Pi69, Pudding or Cake So 

Oat Meal. Mueii or Cracked Whsnl ."c 

Ooff«e, Tea. Chocolate, or a Glasa of 

Whiteor Claret Wine 5c 

del-t( JOHN REGAN. ProprietorT 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 

FOAMING SURF! MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES, 
DLUNEBS AND SUPPERS. 

BBuce -totrK tril'E! 

BKIKO TEXttJK FAHILT ! 

juixc. tovr LADir fbiekbs: 

And enjoy > view of the FINEST OCEAN PAN0 

RAMA IN THE WORLD, ell in sight of 

the werld-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

WithaQeetof white-nioged meesengere enterioc 
from every pert of the commercial world. 

.9* New Line Brmee, connecting with StrMt 
fur- - r Lone Mountain every lo minutes hereafter 
for the cpHff Honte. Fare 25 cents. 



J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second an« T * 1 ""»» *——• 

_ _ — : — "tantly on band. 

r Terrapin ceu, ■ . PRIVATE 
Ofiters in overy etyu • rtie« 
SUPPER ROOMS FOB rV 

mh31 lm 



TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Pine Street- above SIontKomerr.- 

Terrapin Steers 

WEDNESDAYS ud FBIDAf» 
Families aed Parties eupplied to order. nolf' 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A POPfLAK 

Place of Amusement 



bneineBs, ai i-na books will ebow. Reason for 
selling, tee proprietor has other engagements that 
be has to fulfil. 

Apply at Figaro Office. jef>tf 



Spectacles my Specialty 



CVevp Furnlshn» Goods, 
Onesp. at the What Cheer Laundry. • 

17X10 Stylish Hat Store- 

The reaaon why the establlehment at No. i*7 
Washington street is called *'Thb" Hat Stobs 
Is becanae, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Goto "The" Hat Siobe. 647 Washing, 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny; , 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. e 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge- for passbooks. Office 123 Pott stnet. 
open otvSatnrday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clocl.T 



Lievor .Buckle Suspenders, 

At Jl per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



For the very best phographa go to Bradley k 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. • 

Win Aee Bbows's Baths, 202 Fourth street. 
lUe Garland's Vegetable Congh Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. I 

Tfe'w Yorfe Store. 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Savpsos t Co's. Mew Tort Store. 103 Second 

Btreet. ____*. x 

The Best Cigars and TobaSco 

Sold at lowest rates by Beuck, No. 233 Hear, 
ny street. South of Bush . , 

McDowell. Show Card Writer, 
Beady made and made to order. No. 7 Geary 

street, corner Ke arny. rj 

New York Dry Good* Store. 
613 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra. 
I mento, receive* new goods dally from New York 



Horton's Tobacco, Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great encoees has originated many spurious Im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Tate only Horton's. Bee that the name 
of Hns k Schmidt, 635 Commercial st. is on the 
wrapper. Hco k Scoxuidt, Successors to P.*. 
BeiUy, Agents. « 

But bo Ssweso IL-.chine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A, H. 8dtlee, Aget t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 



Bents Collected 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. a 



Best Quality of DosslUn 

Driving gloves, at 12 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored In a superior manner, by E H 
Gadsby, 585 Market, near Second. p 



Artificial Xflxubs, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, [San 



Francisco. 



San Fbakcisco Stall.— Noe. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, Bell fine meats at cash lees than 
any other place in the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colda 

And all similar inflictions speedily and sorely 
Cared at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths. 10 Post 
streat. Masonic Temple. % 

For IWaahlng 

Shirts, SI 50 per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
dos At the What Cheer Laundry. • 

Watches. 

The finest assortment o! Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale in this city is 
offered by J. W. Tcckeb 4 Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl aod Etruscan Seta, etc. all of 



j auctions very cheap, Bememoer.the number.* 1 which will be sold at the very lowest priees. 

■ 



OPTICIAM, 
205 Montgomery street. Km Bloefc. 

jo23 tf San Fr.D0i.oo. 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTEES. OLAMS 
„ „ and.II kiod. of SHELL FISa. 
Sulla Noa. 40, 41, 48, California 
Market, entrance on California street, 

Pnbhc or private .parties and fam.liej enpoliwt 
from 6 am. to 12 p. M. Ladiaa' and Oentlem.X 
Prater Room open from 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. del3 2« 



TAX COLLECTORS' SALE 

....or.... 

xix;.a.Xj estate 

....FOB.... 

DELINQUENT TAXES, 

WILL BE RESUMEDJOS 

Saturday, January 6th, 1872, 

AT lO O'CLOCK, A. M , 

Commencing- with Volume i£0. .Block No. 72 cf 
the Outside Lands, will sell Vols. 10 and 21, which 
will carry the sale to the Supplement Assessment 
Boll. 

ja5 2t A. AUSTIN. Tax Collector. 



RE3VCOVA.TJ. 



_-- to equal MME 
SuHWuHER, Professor of Great 
Mysteries. She cares sickness after 
recovery La hopeless, and cives oor-' 
rect information on all affaire of life. 
Prof. S. has invalnable Talismans for , 
love, uood lack, and al«o seoine your intended 
Fee.fl and npward. Office. No. 833 Waataiogfon 
ssreet, between Stockton and Dupc-nt, below the 
Obarcb, for a short time only, ]«4 tf 




SODA AND SELTZER WATER! 

7 IS Broodwoy, 

PRICES 
REDUCED 



The Steam Soda 
Wop* s have 
duced the price' 
from 81 SO to 

50e. per Doz. 

del; lm 





AMERICAN & COS 

COMBINATION* 5P 



CUNDURANCO 



GEEATSST BLOOD PUBIFIEB KNOWN 

EKSOB.SED B» AlrE-PKESIBEJIT 
... c ' 0lra , x an d Hon. GeorKc ('. (iorliam. A ane- 

Sffii" 8 -^ 1 ? DISEASES, He. ITIM, JlsoV 
bottle. Sold brail Dntgsistfl 

KEDIJJGTOS, HOSTETTEU * CO., 

Agents, San FranelBco. 




C, E. SMITH, 

tounty Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER Or RECORDS AND OONVEY- 
anoer.— Office .n Smith's new Hali. San Lean- 
ro. diractly opposite the Conrt Ho nse. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale and Jo let 
▼arioas parts of Alameda county. aD291m 



New Seeds i| 

....AUD..., 

PLANTS. 

.T U . S ,T RBOEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NSW I 
p Alfulfa Olo.er Se.d, Hv.olr.th GlM«««, Datoh 

SEEDS. BULBS, PLANTS, et«. California 
Tree Seed.; also, SEEDS OF PALMS, An>- 
tTlin 11 %i"S Trf'.Fririt Tree., .t tbe OLD 
-"-bond for a Oataloirao. 



STAND. 



F.. 



... MOORE. 

„,,,„ Im, ; IS , r 2' Seads, Bnlb.. Plant., eto., 
0019 3m 42S WaBhincton Bt„ Snn Fraacisoo. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SDf- 
gie or in smta. 

VPeU JLlghted and Ventilated. 

i-Ji Oninmished Roome to leU Lodnice with 
■iB , fe boui ALHAMBRA BOILDING. 
■ ik tSDin street. oc24 tf 



ACADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

F°S«¥°r?!? r ?<;^ D L E . S A CONDUCTED BY 



Laavenworth. Sao Franc; 



MADAME LEROY 

JJAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS AN 

a . "it**? 1 assortment of Bonnew and Roond 
Hats. Sne InTites the ladie of «ood taste to call 
and see them, at No. 8«G^ BUSH STREET 
nrat uoor 







STAPLETON, HATTER 

de25] tm KEABXY STREET, li 



A MAS BON-BONS ! 

SA.XTA CX.A.TS* HEASQUARTXBS. 

Candies. Candles. 

(CHRISTMAS BOXES. 10YS, AND A LARGE 

r^^l !^ ^ varie,p " ' » odB ^ their line, 
new and fresh, fnraals chsf> - ■ 

del2 1Q7 MontgomBry'street. near Sot 



S utter. 



,D. MENDES'S RED LION 
*>ALOt»'. aiO Commercial s!., 
oet Battery aod Front, where he 
will Berve a HOT LUNC3 be- 
tween the hoars of 11 and 1 p.m. : 
— iloo (he choicest Wines and Liq- 
neiieh Ab and Porter always on draught. 
dri8 




ja4 3t You will always flad him there to attend. 




~^<gs 



joh a. mio- 
•ii an 

■ •i rows a. 



>-sv 




. 



• AS IRMCH'I . MOXDAY. JAMUr I 



1STHI1. MOICHITIi. CI' 
TtMH IJMSWS I 

« err**!** I »»w Mw«nt 
I IIBiiM. 

11 win 

miiii 



■tf THEATRE COMIQUE 

■ 



NEW ALHAHBRA THEATRE. 



ha 



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I- 



TMI« 

•tut 



KELLY & LEON MINSTRELS! 



*IWO JAWl'AHl •• 

ireat Minstrel First Parti 

■ 






jouifcr 



TBE GREAT EMERSON MINSTRELS 



** •*■*.*•»» 




RJOISTI 






Eoisri 



EXTERTAIXlfEXT A LA »ALOX PART PREMIER. 



3MC a, n tho 


Life Boat. 


r \ H i 


HUUOMD. 


STATUE CI.OO, »>r Ik. C.W»r 


REYNOLDS BROTHERS 


1 Lmi'i itari** jrj* of otalub'i Of ma. 

TL.A. nOSEJ IDES »T. FLOUR 

BH«i»\ I l>\\ IW KK I.I.I '\t<.KTU 

/ I I 1 * ...«»-% 
' k.Mltki ••« 



■ R ORf III.HTn.l 

nJt with u lfitenfelr Seoul. >tal it i Rp»<t»ciilw Drama, with si 1 . - o»atlonal ET.ccU ever produced, wrlttco bj 
i\i.:..nr end tl win KKl.I.T. eatltled 



oothlacks. J ' 



'I'll a? c» n i> 
IB. I ii\\i\ 

MAS.KK JAM 







. «ample of ft Soathsreitern Frontiersman 

*I -itjiir.Rnc 

.Two ot lbs same sort onlr not eatii | 

•Id fundi at the biwMi*. ) 

- Icilaa of Otirr. bat ■ Gftntlsman 

' mtnidl.DOtiiuUJ . 

■ «t ir-nmf to the let African Sharpshooters 

VN , 

■^■^^■^■■■Lt... JEnriduppMimtotoI New 

PfiOOT. muikm of ft * *• faanij 

r tae CaeyetiDei-b.ft- Inj 
K — L»,TBd«l 






PCFTTE FIRST. -Orricr or a New York Hotel 
Laura d mm J sad aid on (be waoh for An errine brother: aha 
.1 l*««r*n • TiliAio Unr. PLOT And l.OUhTER PLOT. Rini- 
Itroo lb* irwi. An »tit1».t incident la New York Lift. Tbe 
Credltftr tad Debtor. Gir« me *irj." P*t. or I'll Sail too oat. 
ULTRAS KRIMfc'DMllP. Skinner's love for Gold. THE 
TELEGRAPH to Chicago. Wanted- A DIVORCE. Smoke 
T.tura'e aitomnt ftt brine ft fist vonni man. Latin all take a 
dunk THE VILLAINS. PLOT TO SECURE SKINNERS 
GOLD The nn»u"pechn« Ticlim comM-NUW TO SKCLTKK 
THE BOOTY. Tbcii^na!. The Accent bytho Elevator. The 
umiak*. T<r.,h!» Ratnbation GRAND TABLEAU 

SCERE 9ECHKB.-A STRKKT IN NEW YORK. Tbe 
Rirftl Bootblacks. Professional Jealousies. A Co.partnfjr.jblp. 
Naw id-aa in Arithmetic Skinner's gr.ttiluda at hi* escape 
THE REWARD Rantley an the track. HO FOR THE WEST. 
A ■•• way to boy Inrnltore. Stuffy in trouble. His appeal to 



ad>A&s. B>otbUcki, Pehceman. etc . b; numerous auiiliar;*.. 

ST\OP»IN OF mroiDBNTs. 



CL 

G.KEMP 

...». B. UOLDSWQKLH 

MR ASHTuM 

W BARK 

CHARLEY RI 

rY DALY 

MR SCHWARDI 

UK. BATTLES 

J. HEMP 

MR JOHNS 

MB. EDWIJf KELLY 



hm HONESTY THk BKST POLtOY. Themotberof a tares 
f*mily Impo** 1 npon. The Oounierftil Uil'. atopThiof! THE 
HOPELESS CH aSB. .Jim"*' ideas of Honesty. 

SCJENjE XII 1ft M. - WK»T. THE BLACK HILLS 
RftDtlay and Montrer captured by Indiaai. Tb« Rescue by 
Laurft Borftftmlng Peto In love with Laura. Laura Droves her 
self a true heroine. Pete (toes in search ot Redskins. Tbe 
Sapper. The Sltep. The burprite La>ira Rantm* and Moo- 
trey again cap'nrad by Indians, T«K EXPECTED TRAIN. 
Deatruction of tbe Bridge by Indians. Too Doatb Straggle. 
Death of Montrer. Rftntr*y bound to a tree, and preparations 
mads to burn bim. All hope is lost. No power can rsve as 
now. LAURA DOOMED TO DIE. TEKIUBLE VENGE- 
ANCE OF THE RkD MEN. Tbe approftcbi&g Trftis. Aid 
from H«aven. Escape of Ran trey. Laura saved. ARRIVAL 
OK PETE 

SF.XSATIOXAA TABLEAU. 



The Piano used Is from toe honse oi ^olilor. Chase & Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated Ohlckerlng Piano 



6REAT OXFORD THEATRE. 



BS 



T1U I 

3Vt BLODEION 
ALL ACT- II ami no! r 



JIMMY HALL! 
JIMMY HALL! 



JIMMY HALLI 
JIMMY HALL! 



Oety t wait i j««rs «ld. He I* IsaseesMw In hosg aad 
Das ee- s*ceed to eat ct*b Earneree*. 

The Sperkliec aad Viraeiees 

LIZZIE HARMON LIZZIE HARMON 1 

LIZZIE HARMON ! LIZZIE HARMON ! 



It. Daub l-.OB, 

OABLOYA. 



Tfi. D.ub Lhi. 

CAKLOVA. 



MISB AMELIA DEAN. 
MIC. HORATIO NEMLriSON, 

Tee Aeoonp ished Paatonlairit. 



MISS FANNV WEBSTER, MISS SALLY THAYER. 

Mill ILL* MURPHY, MISS FANNY HERNt 

MISS HAITI! WILLIS, MISS CLARA HALL, 

MIIS E. LA RUE, MISS ANOELINE 

The Ti'rj>slphorcnn Beauties 

THE COMICAL COMEDIANS. 
LOWDEN, SPKAGUE, 

DIAMOND. FORREST, 

HARRIOAN, EVANS, 

AND OUR CHAMPION COMEDIAN. 

IITJGIIEY MOHTON- 
WHOOP LA! WHOOP LA! 



Dancing Scotchman! 

II. Ktlni 

Aitiili, Umh 

Mr. Morion 

Mrs. I^.w.loo 

Mr. Forr««t 

....Mr.6prsgae 



TtieDr-nclng Scotchn 
Joddt McDonald . . . 
Mr. mcuonald... ... 

Mrr. McDontlil 

The Sculptor 

Ttie Arilont I.nv^r 



Olber Characters bv th» ComptLy 
Look out for Dick o Neil's new Moral Sensation Plsj, 
THE SOCIAL EVIL. 



EIGHT NBV? PRIVATE BOXES. 

Prlvnte Bi»xe« MS SO mid M 

smy- Doors open at > o'clock. Oarlain rises at at 3:15. 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & C0.,_ .315, 317, 319 & 321 PINESTRET 
FURNITURE and UPHOL8TERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 



THK LAIOUT AND 



BUT STOCK OF GOODS IN THE STATE, AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION 
ayCAIiU APTI> SEB FOR YOURSELVES.* 



CDoO HOUSE, 411 Stansome atree 

BRANCH HOU^E, *ai &**nom« «$. 

The Model I-odnliia Tfonacs of the PneiSe 

Const. 
jy23tf L. J. EWEI.L. Proprietor. 




Montgomery street. 



GREATEST NOV- 
elty of tbe ago, now on 
exhibition at 80S 
Montgomery street.— 
\v F. f l? 9 PATENT 
0ARFL1. 1 SWEEPER. 
Broom and Da*t pan 
combitied: a child can 
iweep a larce parlor 
oarpet in threa min- 
utes without, raising 
any dost. Oall and ex- 
amine them; cheaper 
than brooms at five 
cts. apieon. DORBEV 
ALOWERV.No.aos 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And Colletfe of Medicine. 

lfs {\fifi BEADTIFTJL AND INSTRTJOT- 
Iv.vvv Ive obiecta to be se«h. Open to the 
PoblloDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL. 



818 Montgomery atreet. FOR MEN. ONLY. 

■9* Db. Jop.ti an'h Private Office, opposite the 
Mechanics* Fair. 211 Geary street. aaZ 3m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

•ACS A M EN TO . 
Mr. Jos. Proctor.. ..JLeiaee and Hnnnger 

THK SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
tho present management commenced on the 
16th September, and during the occasional visits 
of the company to San Jose, Stockton and Marya- 
wilie, 
The Theatre can be Rented by Fli-at- 
elaea Entertainments. 
by application to THOS. BAKER, Kan,., at Hast- 
ings £ Go's Banking House, corner of Second and 
J h trots. Sacramento, Or to JOSEPH PROCTOR, 
Metropolitan Theatre. ee'22 tf 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA. 

THIS ELEOAJJT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and can be rented by the night or 
by the week. Stare and traveling companies 
liberally treatod with on application by letter 
_ JOHN PIPER, 

no3? tf Manager and sole Proprietor. 

HENSHAWS HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORB NIGHTS. ON 
low terms. It is located on the prinoipa 
street, will seat 600 persona, and hat a good stage. 
Mnaio tarnished— a fall orchestra if needed— on 
moat reasonable terms. Apply to W. O- LLOYD 
Petalon a, or at this office. aeS8 *n 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 
MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Oor. Montgom.rr ud Pine streets. 

IMMENSE VARIKTT OF JAPAN t OHINA 
« . A Poods, fine French Finer Articles, etc., etc. A 
-t I larle stock of An. SOLID GOLD JEWELBY. 



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SAN FRANCIS 

JEWELRY MANUFACTORY 



. ^7V. LAIRD, 

OlO Merchant (street. 



JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
the newest pattern; Gold and Silver Watches from the 
most reliable man a factories ; Odd Fellows', Masonic, A. P. A., 
Eastern Star, Red Men, and all other Badges, Marks. Pins, 
etc., always on hand in great variety, wholesale and retail, 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 



OlO Merchant street, bet. Monttromery and Kearny 



TRY THE 



GERKE WING. 



BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 



GIFT BOO 

....FOR.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST. OF 
the Rocky Mountains of thr best editions of the works of 
the great Painters and Engravers, comprising the leading ^^ 

English, French, German and Italian 

BOOKS, 

Together with a choice selection from among tbe best 'and 
latest American illustrated WORKS OE ART, POETRY, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound aad 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign authors, together with a large assortment 
Of Books sniuble for Libraries, and a itaneral assortment of 
JUVENILE'S Picture Books. Albums, Bibles, Prayer Books, 
etc., etc. For sale at very low prices by 

H DORE, 

000 Montgomery a [Merchant. 




SQUARZA'S PUNCHES' 



JP UXCHES, for Gentlemen.- In Ron (a aew Ponoh) 

Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, Antl-Dyftpeptio, Ladise 
Tears, Anti-Divorce, Welcome, Oognae, Arrack, Gin, Weiaket 
Cocoa, Ooffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Fisoq. Aypetiset 
Roman Nectar. Aurora, Farewell, JamaicaRam,Kirt,ohwa«aer 
O0BDIALA, for JLadies. - ladles' Favorite, Ladiea 
Pleaenre, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Bla^bem, Mint, AnU" 
Bo — . Kim mel, Ooooa. Penate Cafe, Pine Apple, Rirach . 
BITTER*.— Hywenio Cholera..* Qtidote. Angutuo.SalJ 
tr. and all other Bitters ia demand. ■ _ 



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j&*mM.m&* 



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HO.NDAY JASCAKT 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 



Metropolitan Theatre. 

To-Dtgai E T. Stetson will appear io the trage- 
dy of Richard III. He has lobiend i npaution 
for 0i8 impersonation of too crook-back tyrant, 
and many were aoxioui to see it. Ha will be ably 
supported br Miss Henrietta Osborne m Qaeen 
Eliub^'h. JimnU. Hard; as Richmond, Mm 
Fanny Young a> Ltdy Anns; and the real of tba 
co cod 107. To morrow evening "The Lad; of 
Lyons," will be plajed. "' Tfla Bad Pocket Book," 
ie tn preparation. 
Athambra Theatrr. 

To-night after a good first part in which Edwin 
Ke ly will eiuj "Under tba Snow," and the en- 
tire company, "Man the Lifeboat:" an interlude 
will be si-en la wttlcb the Reynolds Brother* will 
appear 10 lome of their meat admiredaets and Kel- 
ly and Lam's b^rleti]?* of "La Roe* de St. Flenr" 
will be preionted by Leon, Edwin Kelly, Mlea 
Gibson, S. H, Holdswortb, and Robinson. After 
this the most sensational of all sensation d* ran it, 
entiil 3d "A Dime Novel" will be present* d ai d It 
is expected to create a sensation. Leon will appear 
as Laura Sherwood, Edwin Kelly as Mr, Skinner, 
the villain of the play, and the other hundred or 
ao characters will be filled by members of the 
company and a host of supers umerarleB. 
California, Theatre. 

Mr. Cardan will take a benefit to-night pror to 
bis departure for Anstralia. A very varied enter 
taioment will be given. The performance BlI] 
comment*, with the play of "DaTid Garrick," fol- 
lowed b; the Screen Sjene from "The School for 
Scandal." and the Haymaker's Scene from "Ei- 
leen Oge:*' Charles Vivian, who baa volunteered 
for the occasion, wdl preaentiome of his most 
popaltr character songs: Miss Lotta McCarthy 
will appear in song and dance; the Misses Stanley 
in a doe dance; "The Twelve;" Miss Georgie 
Loo ran in song and dance, and Mrs. Julia Mel- 
ville in aa aria. Mr. Card en leaves to-morrow. 
To-morrow evening Miss Anette Ince will com- 
mence ao engagement in "Ingomar"' aid on tbe 
following evening will appear in "As Yon Like 
It." On Thursday. Signor Biancbi will take a ben- 
efit, and on Friday Madame Venetta will make her 
appearance as Lad; Macbeth. 
Bella Union. 

The new programme at this house is 6 very goed 
one. In tbe first part the "Wandering Refugee," 
by Miss Maggie Brewer; tbe dnet, "The Mur- 
moring Sea," by Josephine and Oarrie Armstrong^ 
a pretty ballad by >anoy Garretsoo, and otner 
performances were much applarded on Saturday 
and Sunday evenings. In the interlude Carrie 
Chapman's lively I.-dct dance was general!; ad- 
mired; Little Maggie Knight sang a travesty of 
Hamlet in costnme in capital style; Chris Math- 
ews brought down the house in a eong and dsxes : 
and Carrie Chapman, Lsoo |Samwell3, J. H. Lat- 
kin and £d. Montague presented the pantomimic 
sketch of "Don Joan," in a manner that kept the 
dience in roarsof laughter; Miss Clara Starr sang 
a new and original comic eong entitled "Prudence 
Small" netting forth a Yankee woman's opinion of 
San Francisco in a very clever manner and made a 
great hit. Carrie Armstrong and J, H.Larkin re- 
ceived three encores for their new Dutch parody 
"Fader geist da heim," and the extravaganza of 
"The Nymphs of tbe Kill," terminated tbe eve- 
ning's entertainment. 
The Oxford. 

Jimmy Hatl. the original little dancer, Lizzie 
Harmon, tbe favorite vocalist, Carlova, the Dutch 
Leon, Horatio Nelson, the talented pantomimlat, 
Hnghey Morton, Fanny Webster, Sail; Thayer, and 
many others, appear under the able management 
of Miss Amelia Dean in an attractive programme 
concluding with "Tbe Dancing Scotchman." 
Theatre Co ml que. 

The proprietor of this place of amusement baa 
got together a strong company. Frank Jones is a 
very original and versatile performer. Mike Qoinn 
is a favorite in banjo solos, and I-ish specialties 
Jake Wallace, Harry Howard, T. Bess, Eva Silva' 
Rosa Vincent, Nellie Leonard, and man; others, 
give a got d entertainment nightly. 
Billy Emerson. 

This universal favorite (whom the Chronicle sent 
off to play an engagement in London) will return en 
Wednesday night to San Francisco, where thou- 
sands will welcome him back to the stage. — tS 
The Laem'm Slaters. 

These talented performers on the piano, who 
have gained . he commendation of the critics of 
Boston, and other musical cities pasted Carlin on 
the 6Ja en route for this cit;. 
Pete Lee. 

This papular ethlopian comedian and end man, 
who has been engaged b; Maguire and Emerson< 
for the Alhambra will arrive to-night. 
Pavilion Skating Rink. 

Public assemblies ever; Tuesday, Thursday and 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday afternoons, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day evenings. Club assemblies the other morn- 
ings, afternoons and evenings of the week. Pro- 
fessors Lorettend Callie Curtis giro an exhibi- 
tion ever; evening at 9 o'clock. 
Anatomical Miueim, 

The Florentine Venus is the admiration of ai 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. Tub Dying Zouave ie an exquisite 
pieoe of mechanism; tbe De Chaillieu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands of cariosi- 
ties too nomerons to mention are on exhibition 



Ia-talxd ChaIb And Bed— One of the best In- 
ventions for bed-ridden people and iuvalldp, is 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Invalid Bed 
which attracted bo much attention at the Me- 
chanic'e Fair, John H. Tltcomb, 039 Kearny 
Street is agent for Califirnia. 7 



Dr. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing ai ">H, at his 
Bygelan Hall, 637 California at „ and examines 
patients phrenological! j as to health. q 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
eoux-mash stimulant — so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— is at No. 605 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. S06 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it Is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. a 



Hoi Id. ;'are. 

Those Who have no family circle where the; can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
Eomptconely at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. Tb ere the; can find every 
luxury of the season: the choicest wine*, and tbe 
mostexpE: need of cooks and attendants. The 
private rooms for dinner and sapper parties, are 
the admiration ot all who have seen them, vj| 



LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA. 

f ROM OCI »WX CORRESPONDENT.] 
MaXLOCRNE. NOV M. 18*11- 

Deae Figaro:— Since my last communi- 
cation affairs in the theatrical world have 
been very JiTely. The Zavistowsfci Sisters 
at the Royal and Mrs. Gladstaneatthe Opera 
have given as plenty of novelty. The "Z" 
trio as they are euphoniously termed, have 
in a pecuniary sense done very well at least 
for the management, but they have occi- 
sioned great disappointment, as we have had 
stock artistes far and away their inperiera 
both aa vocalists, dancers, and borleecjuists. 
Tbey do not come np to public expectation. 
They had nothing new to present. "Ixioo," 
"Cinderella," "Field of the Cloth of Gold," 
"Pocahontas," and "Paris" have all been 
re-formed in this city and in a far superior 
manner. Miss Christine also appeared in 
"The French Spy," and "The Wept of the 
Wish ton Wlsb," and performed very cred- 
itably, but suffered greatly in beiDg brought 
in comparison with Mme. Celeste, wbo has 
played the same parts in Melbourne. I do 
not think they will advise other burlesque 
artists to venture here, for thank heavens 
burlesque, as the drivel of the present day 
is termed, is entirely played oat. The Sis- 
ters are now performing at Sandhurst with 
but indifferent success. 

MBS. XABY GLABSXAXE. 

This really talented lady is now fulfilling 
one of the most brilliant engagements 
ever known in this town and is universally 
acknowledged t ■ be the creme delacreme 
of her profession, her taleots are certainly 
great and varied. Tragedy, sensation drama, 
comedy and farce, are all within her range, 
"from grave to gay from lively to severe." 
She haB I really believe played more orig- 
inal parts during tbe time she has honored 
this hemisphere with her presence than any 
other artist I can remember. Mrs, GLad- 
stans is now performing at the 

PEEN'CES9 OPERA HOUSE 

which was opened on the 9th of September 
last, under the spirited and plucky manage- 
ment of Mr. L. M. Bay lira, who has got to- 
gether the best company seen in Melbourne 
since ihe palmy days of Barry Sullivan. He 
opened with the comedy "New Men, and old 
Acres," and followed it in quick succession 
with "Lost in London," Foiled a new local 
drama by Mr, Walker Cooper "Nine Points 
of the Law" Oliver (Twist in which Mrs. 
Gladstone played Nancy, .with terrific earn- 
estness. "Not Guilty" has been the attrac- 
tion all this week, and to-night, Andrew 
Halliday's play "The Great City," is to be 
produced. The season will close in a fort- 
night with a complementary benefit tendered 
to the manager, (Mr. Baylies) by the compa* 
ny. There cannot be any doubt but that 
this season has been a most successful one; 
deservedly so for the management have 
spared neither time, trouble or expense in 
procuring the best company, the best scene- 
ry and appointments that money could pur- 
chase. Mr. BayliBs' career of management 
in this city will always be marked with a red 
letter in the theatrical annals of his acts. 

SIB. GEORGE C0PPIS 

is, I fancy, rather disappointed with what he 
considered the tr«mp card of the season— I 
mean the Zavistowski Combination. Our 
•Id friend is generally one to keep his own 
counsels, but still one can learn a thing or 
two now and then. There is thiB much cer- 
tain, that the colonies are now under many 
obligations to him in the cause of the drama. 
His speculations in the palmy days of the 
colony were immense, and the risks at times 
something astonishing. More than once he 
has been possessed of an ample fortune, but 
his bane of theatrical speculation compelled 
him to risk it, and, he lost it. He wil 1 
Bhortly — so it is said, retire from manage- 
ment, but will as a last effort, produce at 
Christmas a really gorgeous pantomime, in 
which will be introduced a panorama of a 
voyage from San Francisco to Melbourne. 
Call Eot. 



Home from Europe, 

Julten Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Fecuiiy of Paris, so widely and favorably known 
in San Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on tbe continent of Europe, where be visited 
tbe most famous hoenitals !a the world, and may 
be consulted at bis offloe, 413 Kearny street, bet, 
California and Pine, West side. Over the Drug 
store. a 

Job'a Ice Cream Saloon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice" Cream and 
Fancy Candies is at No. 317 Kearny Btreet. between 
Pine and bush. Tbe old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on band. 



THE BAKBEB, 

I know a barber who In town doth dwell— E 

Take cart! — 
He has a lot to things to sell 
For hair; forbear! 
Boy them not. 
Though he counsel thee. 

For he will charge thee four-and.&ix, 

(Take car*!; 
For a bottle of wash, worth less than nix. 
Beware, Beware! 

Of his pomade pot, 
'Ti* a fallacy. 

And when then gocst to get a '-crop" 

Don't swear, 
If he say thy hair is thin atop, 

Somewhere, somewhere; 

Believe him not, 
Heia Jrlgt nlng thee. 

And If to take thee by thy nose 

He dare. 
Whilst sitting, in ungraceful pose. 
On chair, on chair; 

ReBent it not, 
Be is shaving thee. 

And he has dyes of every hue; 

Take care 
Lest ruEEet locks be turn'd to* blue, 
Or fair, or fair 

To some hue not 
Such as pleases thee. 

Be has bears' grease in pats for thee 

(A snare). 
If on tby fa:e no whiskors be. 

Don't care, don't care; 
Bogs' lard will not 
Make a man of thee. 



A Bee Romance, 

In a Missouri paper we read a romance of 
which Mr. Haynes and hia little son are 
jointly the heroes. As the story runs they 
were in a field, when a swarm of bees alighted 
upon the boy, covering him from head to 
foot; they hung upon his ears, chin and 
nose in great bunches, and clung in thick 
clusters to every part of his body. Mr, 
Haynes, realizing the dangerous situation in 
which hie child was placed, commanded him 
to stand quite still. This the brave little 
fellow dia, until the bees had all settled. 
Mr. Hay nee then took a stick, gently lifted 
the boy's hat from his head, and placed it 
upon a neighboring bush, when the entire 
Bwarm left their extraordinary resting-place 
and took to the hat and busb. Strange 
to relate, the boy only received one sting, 
and that was caused by hia seizing with his 
teeth a bee that was trying to make its way 
into his mouth. 



Fxtreme Cold In New York. 

The New York Herald of December 23d 
says: If our Russian guests had happened 
to have been in the city yesterday, they 
must have been satisfied with the Siberian 
and Kamschatka-like character of the 
weather. It was decidedly the champion 
"cold snap" of the seaBon, and if that 
venerable old graybeard, the "oldest in- 
habitant," can point to a severer day, let 
him "trot it out." The average tempera- 
ature in the city yesterday was thirty-two 
degrees below that of the same day last 
year. 

Never since Monday, the 8th day of 
January, 1866, when the thermometer 
stood fifteen degrees below zero in this 
city, has there been so cold a day as yes- 
terday. At sis o'clock in the morning the 
thermometer stood at one degree below 
zero, and at six in the evening at seven de- 
grees above. 



The Lainrlei of Life. 

The m&n who does not care what he eats, is 
not worth much as a man. The greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good living. The best 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by the 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared Eastern and 
Calif ornia oysters, oyster omlettesand other del- 
icacies served under the able supervision of the 
genial Winant, and Charley Haoke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon, No. J37 Bush street a do? 
the Alhambra. It is a favorite resort of epicures 



Elegant Presents for the Holidays, 

Economy is wealth. H*in A Pollard have $£0,000 
too much stock on band, hioh must be sold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure tbe desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' pneee. Their old customers 
will please recollect that their new store is at No. 
i Kearny street. r 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Drunam 
street, between Clay and Washington, b 



Strcneer, (Stop ! 

Go to Mr. Benbold, 316 Both street, if yon 
waht boots made in style acd of the best mate- 
rial, hlB a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are thecheapest in the end. A 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars at the 0. P. B. B-, besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqibo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the late&t Ban Francisco dailies and all 
he Eat- tern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 

Tbe Best Farm IT a goo. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm Wagon Is 
the best; over 600 sold on this tout. Mills 
A Evans, Agents, SOS Market street. an 



Wriat Crieer JLaundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat. 
faulted by everybody. 



First Premium Hlllinory. 

The last Mechanics* Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship la the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowlesof the '-New House." 111 Third street 
Mrs. Cowle*s stock is unsurpaased by any in 
the city, and her prices a» very reasonable, an 

*T Yon. Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
jot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun- 
fuy. — - 



What Cheer Laundry 

£Ie the best laundry in San Francisco 



Do Totj. Know 

That with BrjTrEBics'e Fattebks you can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 

Aire, c Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 619 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. T 



An Indian Taming White. 

A correspondent of the Gilroy Advocate, 
writing from Clear Lake, tells the following: 
Borne time since, I read a notice of a white 
man turning negro from a surgical operation 
having been performed on Mm by trans- 
planting a piece of skin from a negro into 
tba while man, where an ugly nicer had just 
been extracted. Bat having the "last Bay,* 
I can beat that etory. In this neighborhood 
here lives an Indian. You may think there 
la notbine strange in tbat fact, por would 
there be, but tbe Indian is turning white. I 
am not telling a sensational etory, but an 
absolute truth, and if any of yonr readers 
doubt the truth of it they can be cenvinwd 
by making a visit here and looking upon this 
remarkable phenomenon. The change of 
color has been going on for the last five 
years and is without the aid of operation or 
liicieion. It began upon one of the hands as 
a small white speck and has continaed to 
grow and spread, dispelling the dark and 
Bwarthy skin and giving place to that of 
beautiful whiteness equal to the complexion 
of a lady, until now it is in large spots all 
over the body. His hands are about half 
and half, and show a perfect color for a pinto 
man. I would have supposed it to be some 
leprous disease but that the cuticle looks to 
be in perfect health, and the Indian is as 
strong and healthy as he ever was. I would 
be greatly pleased to know the cause of this 
singular freak of Nature, maybe you can ed- 
ify me and explain ita mystery. The Indian 
is well known to many hereabouts and has 
been for sixteen or eighteen years. 

Ease ana Luxury, 

We overheard a lady say tn e other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
just lite what they send you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very hneet carnages In the State. 
There is a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and lor the theatre and opera; the 
Landaus and splendid six-seat BockawayB for 
drives on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Eouton, or at the stables, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. a 

After the Bella Union 

Comique and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Kearny, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Sot a Chinese-made cigar in 
the store, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the finest imported Hav anas. 
A fine Btock of handsome meerschaum pipes , 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable for 
presents during the coming holidays. Every- 
thing at prices to suit the times. w 



Go and See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J.A.Shaber ACo.'b, 707 Market street, near 
TLjd, which are offered for sale for cash lowej 
than ever before in San Francisco. t 



I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study ;more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramenio street, 
corner of LeidesdoriL a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A. Word to Strangers, 

The best and cheapest restaurant ln> the city 
Is the Delmonlco Bestaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the beat of every 
thing in the market are to be found. s 

Laales' "Vlaltlna: Cards* 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwy xb , fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery stre et, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Make Yourself at Boms, 

Ton can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
'The Farlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
poeite Third. A cosy place lor Winter nights, 
- Clam cbowder all night, a 



Tool and billiards. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for 31 per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left out foar times a month.] 

Auctioneer*. 
J. Terry A Co., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine street. 

Bookaellen and Stationers. 
Hitchcock, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 Sanseme, 

Baalneaa Colleges. 
Heald'a, Bryant £ Stratton, 24 Post. 

Batchers. 
Lurseden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter street side. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 6 and 9, California Market. 
Eats, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100, California Market. 

B rase Fa* underlet* 
Weed ± Kingwell, California, 125 First st 

Cltrars and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen 1 Sperling, S» Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company, 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., corner Sansome and Market, and 
Ellis acd Market. 

Clothing- (Retail). 
Magary A Co., (successors lo B, M. LoekwoedA 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
What Cheer Store, 401 Kearny Btrset, cor. Pine.? B 

Crockery, Glaaawnre, etc. 
Douglas P. £ Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candlea, etc 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street 

Decalomanle Depot* 
Mrs, Cotter, 70 Silver street, near Third 

Employment Office*- 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Goads* 
Locan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
B. F. Osborn £ Co., 749 Market. 

Harneu and Snddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. C. k Co.. 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F., 581 Market, near Second. 

Boopa and Corsets. 
M. Freud , m'ftr A inventor, 36 Second, oer. Jessie 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Second street. 

•Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W„ (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelspiel, S. r*. ACo., (agents for United State 
Watch Co.) 313 Bush. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Hater. W. 4 Hina, Sand 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Music nnd Mat leu] Instrnmenta. 
Cohen Simon ± Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Masic Store, NewMontg'y, n'r How'd 
Keene, O. C, mi tr. accordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble TVorku, 
Daniel, John A Co., 421 Pine street. 

Macearoal Mannraclnrers. 
Brignardello, MacohiaTello A Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oyatera (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Prodice Commlaalou Merchants. 
Mugan A Moran. corner Dramm and Clay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver. P. L„ Agent Hazard Co., 11B Front. 

Kldlntc Academies. 
Lnsk'a, 737 Foleom street, bet. Third and Fourth! 

Beataarant*. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 408 Pine street 

■ewlar Machine*. 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery, 
Wheeler A Wilson. 427 Montgomery. 
Willoox A Gibts, S. M. Co., 113 Post tt 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street, 

Silvered Crystal Boar Pla . 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Brown. Oharlta, 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Siakler, Caleb M„ 430 acd 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealer-*. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brother. 345 Kearny. 

Tetertaary Sarg eons. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

Wine* and Uquon (wholesale). 
Daneri F. * Co.. 804 Front. 




The inventor of this really wonderful TON10 
after a series of years and experiments, has suc- 
ceeded in bringing before the public all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonio and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES; 

I hare carefully tested and examined your I XL 
Bitters, and tea that tbey cannot fail to be bene* 
Bcial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. Holland. 

Ctty and County Hospital, San Franciaoo, 
Jane 20th, 1871.— I ehould judge that the I XI 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, and are of the greatest efficiency 
in their core.— F. H. EsoiLs, M. D., Ass't Resi- 
dent Physician. Apothecary O. A O. Hospital. 

Statr A ssateb's Office, San Francisco. July 
21st, 187 1 . — I hare made a careful examination of 
your I X L Bitters, and have found themeotireli 
free of deleterious miner* 1 ' u^tiarceE,— Voari 
etc., ,-TKT>.p State Assaysr. 

Beware of Counterfeit* ! None genuins 
without the signature of Dr. Henley scrota tht 
top of each bottle. For sale ererj where, 

H. EPSTF-IN A CO;, Sole Proprietors, 
an5 tf 518 Front afreet, 8. F. 




10 2 1 



rpHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, N0^ 8 

-"- Second street, there are more perfect-fitting 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail than in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in selling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated that 

XH3 PgOdXa TIHE XH3U.I 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second street* 
jyl9lM BKNKDIOT A OO- 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

Sf ,E. cor. Jackson and Kearny it*. 



. formerly of Look Hospital, 
London, nine years in Sacramento, aod the las' 
ten years in S*n Francieeo. HAS RETFJBNKB 
TO PRACTICE. After devotine 40 years of hfs 
life to professional practice, and the saccessfnl 
treatment of those OHRONIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 1 
the remainder of his days to q.niet-Iife e&joy- 
mert: but tbe constant applications from the 
sufferinr everywhere, to come to their relief, 1 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumph?, Look Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and inform him- 1 
self of all the new metbedsof treatment in their 1 
celebrated institution, and theu give a few more 
years of his life to the alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He is again located at his old office, cor- 
ner Jackson and Kearny streets, where for 10 years 
previous bis practice aaa SPECIALIST resulted 
in the core of all cases brought under hi* care. 
The Doctor's motto is "honorable and snccestfal 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DK. CHAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets, 
del 2 tf San. Francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON- 
dsrful Fortune Teller in the world, can . 
be found at No. 835 Pacific street, between - 
Stockton aod Powell He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, oures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
cores drunkards from drinking. He will give lovs 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jyl3 lm 



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FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOUS riiTOB. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOB WANT 
tbe seed, bay 009. Price. SI, OO. For Mil 
by GEORGE HUGHES, 31» «nd 315 Wubinj- 



ton street. 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

»o, S»T KEARNY STREET, 

Adjoining tee 'Weed Sewtnq Machdte Stoke* 

gkwtlkmen's shirts made to order 
, and tits guaranteed. Our reputation for 
makug PEKPEt'T-iTTTI BTG BtHXKTS 
to order is well known. GenUrFurniBhlMr. Goods 
at the lowest rate. jyZStf 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES, 
Cornecopiaa, Candy Toys, and everything for 
the Little (oiks, at Mercer's Pionaeer "audy Man- 
ufactories, 518 Kearny street, and 127 Second 
street. Country orders filled to any extent, del 6 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, 737 Folium St.. 
bet Third and Fourth. 
d«15tf 



G. DIETRICH, 

ONEER OF CALIFORNIA, Taa^ ,-Jg- 

Market street, between Third ana Ks0^*\ 
Fourth. San Francisco. Manufacturer Vsy. J) 
of the best kinds of TRUSSES AND**^^^^ 
SUPPORTERS. lW All articles in tblB line con- 
stantly on hand, and repair* made atlreaenssble 
prices. de22 lm 



ALL, 1TE3 

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GRAMMAKKHI LLBENKF11 

HE. JAMBS CARDBN 

M' r.H»«LII VIVIAN, 

MM. JULIA WUVIUI, 

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School for Scandal! 



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i k» [Mfcvi. ay . MUSICAL I.. 1 CHM tZZO : 

•A e»a».. Ml~ Cl'.r.l, Laeail. 

ArM-'MMDlMnm" In Jadla H .1. in. 
X kaaeee aTlea Latla Maearty 

Tea. MlialM with tke Ur*M Vl.laa. 
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ANNBTTB INOE. 



• ATTODAV. at I •'.«!- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

.. I. .11 part. •» Ik* ■«« fj.lf Prl»« 



I!» ACTIVE PRBFARATlOr- 

H-OTTO-EI BT NOIR. 



-otw 
tiiii xiavttxjIi or BosvronTB rmus 

Miss Henrietta Osborn as Queen Elizabeth 

niCKMOMX) JA8. M. II-ea-JFlDIlD 

LleTRIBUTluN OF CUABACTKM 

ril-uaap in va t t. rrmgj 

k .< H'trr j.n.riAson 

!>.»• af tie- lilt kia* Harry OoltoB 

• ■■•■ • Willi, siawi. 

LaK ku.1 J.B. HeCeke 

Ttmm: Oeorir. Hinckley 

. - Jota ategalr. 

UH M.rer.,. J- Crow.ll 

MilUUll B. W. E.llT 

0«eer.f Uw Tom J. B. w.ltew 

Tyn.l OrrlU* Wllaon 

Norfolk H.rry FUljam*. 

Olford 8. T. Panf.nl 

Mac* of Vale. MU. Bull. Boole 

Dak. Of York Mtaa LmluWll.cn 

QUKB3 ELIZABETH NIS8 HENRIETTA OSBORS 

Lady Ana- aalMlenny Tonne. 

D.ckear.of York Mr.. Freak Ko» 

TOMORBOW ETENIXa THB XjAJDT OX* XiTONS. 

SATURDAY AT 2 GRAND MATINEE 

Admlaaloa Half the a.nnl price 

IS ACTIVE PREPARATION 17EEXJ X13E.X3 FOOKBT BOOK. 

cSlAtnTr^^ 

.«7"Tbe Piano Tj«*d in this Theatre is from Sherman h Hyde's, corner Kearny and Sutter streetB. 

?r«M Circle and Orckeatrt. Si OO I Gnllery ftfi Centa 
nrjort SO I sftrlto eitra charge for Reserved Seate. 

tar Can wlU leare the Theatre for the Mluton and North Beach every night at the close oi the performance. 



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ACTOR'S STUDIO. 

TbotBDtoa Dowllnc 



FADEB, GE1HT J> V HlilM. 
CARRIE ARMSTRO.fO aad J. II. LARK1S. 

!Vpvt C'oNiir Htma; CIkt* 4t«rr 



10 MINUTES WITH THE ONLY MAGGIE KNIGHT 



To oonclada with the Local Fairy Extravajjaou aottUad 

The Nymphs of the Hill 

Dust? Diddlar— a fast yoatb CUra Starr 

Peitat PI amp— bis compaoioa Mat Ktlly 

Moriock McKaj-— a foMowar of Mrs. Pip alarr* ThompaoB 

Huckleberry— a eontrabaed . ...Loa HcOartby 

PTJPlLfl OF MHS. rU. 

Vondfriltin. J. B. Larkio I Btllr Junking Tommy Bree 

Jemmy Jones... ..C. Matbews ] Hairy l>n«s I.. Knmweila 

E»eoutinner J R-Taylo t 

NIGKTBMAnE-A Deformed Dwarf KD. MONTAQUR 

Idcx, a rebel! loas Fairy Minnie Fill mora 

Mr?. Pelicao Pip, a Nehoo Unarm Uertie CJbapman 

FioweratM, Queen of the Nympbp Marie Zoal 

J.Y.MI HS OF TBS BILL. 

Hntoioth Carrie Armstrong I Morning Glory. .Fan Garretaon 

Violttta Miss Josephine Rnrjflower ...fingenie Garrett* 

Camelia Maggie Brewer I Honejauokle May Leroy 



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TJjXTIOIVT 
LVSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF SAW FRANCISCO. 



the Awarxuar.NT wihoh was 

*a.lt^ ky tkl. Coap.nr i. pr.Tld. far 
laaaa. l.«.rr.« h r Ik. OEEAT CHI- 
CAGO nBP, ha. B.W bcea paid la fall. 
FOVAI (Il'.NDKEB AJID PIFTTT 

TIOl«A\D DOI.I..VBM have ana rt- 
ailil^l for ...tleafreac of Cklcasa 1n.«!., 
wkl.k ka.e iwcn nd)a.t.d promptly aad 
paid llOM.lB FOB DOLLAR. 

II I. Ike policy of tkl. Company to 
a«l all af It. obligation. IIO.NOKA. 
■1.1. •** It aollrit. ike patroaace of 
laa pakll. who de.lre to In. arc where 
Ikeyeaa obtain SOLID SFCCRIT Y>nd 
TAIat OEALIM1. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICE: - 

416 and 418 California street. 



OCBTATE TOK1IAKD Pr.ald.nl 

!f. S. KITTI.E Vice Pre.ldent 

CBAalI.ES O. HAVEN Beeretury 

jallm 

JJURraO LAST WEBK. A PLACE WHERE 
all Drloka are lOc, and of the best qaality ; 

also, the place to git the bast Hot Scotch Ponofa. 
Tom and Jerry, or railed drinks. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

ATTnB 

"^KOT BOOTOB," 

IS MORTON STREBT Iwi Kaunrl. 
ddltf PELDMASV & BSioea. 

THEATHZ ROTIS8ERIE. 

■a. Dnpont at., one door aoatk af alaak. 
jBBa jfT\ S. MiROIlAJiD LATB OF TH1 
EfJAAgW-RotHviriB Ewtatirut" of to. Union 

^aSatr Olnb Proprietor. — Th. T.blM prerl 
oad with all tb. Dalioaoiei of ti. mui. 

ka-O YBTBBB UT EVERY 8TTIJ. tnl «■ 

JOHN E. LUMSDEN, 

WaOLJBIALB AITD BBTA». . _ 
B UTCH ER8, ul da.len In v kaAaaaaaal 

ae^iijivar^Sl 

Vjf SlfSV^Ir" 1 *■» pteiairtlT Iliad. Oood. 
doUratad Int to all para otAa. city . no n ml 

AtBBRT MORe>»rIBTER>l 

■ aw. Hali Dr.i.in. and 

Zit.hbll.hwf at. No. u 

-,-Jwoi. BlMdiof, ud La.com. 




FRENCH 



BEAVER 

Dress 
SUITS, 

$55oo 

CUSTOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
p .. "•' oor auii. ntile*. ma-la up in the BEST 
STYLE and PERFECT FITS. 

UNC-STER, 62S ivisHINGTON STREET 

d^l Opp. atnaulre'a Opera ITnaae. [Im 






(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) 
....AT THE.... 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

d.T] Cor. Poet and Btocktoo ata. [lm 



Prize Ball and Entertainment 



FITZGIBBON'S DANCING SCHOOL 

CHARIER OAK HALL, 
TOO Market at., bet. Third and Fourth, 

....OF.... 

FRIDAY JAMIARY 1», 1818 



ON WHIOH OCCASION A WATCH 
artl Chain and a Gold Ring will b<- 
awarded to the best Round Dancers— tbefTlM 
Watobtothi} Gentleman anii the Riag to"-** 1 
the Lady. 'The judge, to bo obosen from the an 
dieace. Entry for the. Prizea 91,00. Prize list 
at the Parlor Cigar Store, ~'X) Market street, 

TICKETS FIFTY CENTS 

Dancing to commence at o'clock. 



FURNITURE JSIVEN AWAY 

TfiyttSQ DETERMINED TO, 
* oloaeontoor Retail Store ant! 
eoatlae oor.ielrea to MANUFAC- 
TURING EXCLUSIVELY, we will 
■ell oar immense and fine stock of 

Furniture and Bedding 

At 35 per Cent I.ess than Coat! 

Now Is Your Time for Bargains 

st?/-F.TS years' Lease and Fixtures for sale. 
W. O.-TPEIK, , 
No, S38 Market street, 
de!9 tjal Naxt to Swain's Reatanran t. 



DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

pIVE PER OBNT. MORE WILL BE ADDED 
oo all Parional Property Taxes remaining un- 
paid on and alter January lit, 1572. 
defttd A AUSTIN. Tax Collector. 



MADAME LEROY 

HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS AN 
elegant assortment tf BonnetB and Roood 
Hats, She invitee the ladle of good taste to oall 
and see them, at No. tUS'j BU»H STREET, 
first floor juSt 



jaUdJ 



PROF. ENGLISH, Manager. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND— A SPLENDID As- 
sortment; also Silverware and Spec- 
tacles. Helling at 30 per oent. leas than 
any other bouse. Call before purchasing 
elsewhere. Every article ie warranted. W 
cleaned and repaired, and warranted for two years, 
at the lowest r-.ee. Oall at H. M. LKW.8'8, OSS 
CLAY STREET, first Jewelry Store below Kearny 
atreet. Established in 1848. dfe4 lm 



MMB. CARTER CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4t John etreet, one 
door from Powell, bet, Pacific and 
Mason, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can bo consulted 
on Lawsuits and tbe various rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame can be 
consulted by letter or lock of hair. 




Dr. Zeile's New Russian Jurkish 

— ASD— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

JSo. 588 Fnclflc atreet. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of tbe kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in tbe same 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....OF.... 

BOOTS! SHOES! 



BOOTS I 



SHOES ! 



FOR TMIJttTY DAYS ONLY. 



EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THFM- 
selves of this opportunity, and purchase their 
stock of BOOTs and oHOES for the rainy season. 
At Else- 
JLAOIFJi' WEAR. 



Nolan's where 

French Kid Button Boots $4 .'0 

French Kid Boollop-top Boots 3% 

Frensh Fox Button Boots, only. 3 l)(T 

French Calf Drees Boots, high out.... 'I 55 

Hojivy Kid Boots for Winter wear 1 50 

Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmorals 1 75 

hid Fox Balmorals, only 1 60 

Kid Fox Double Sole Balmorals 175 

Extfa High (Jut Calf Boots, only 2 DO 

English Lastlne Gaiters, Double Sole. 1 ''.'■> 
Kid Slippers, $1 ; Finn Freuoh Kid.. .. 1 W 

Misses' Kid Button Boots 2 50 

MiBaee' D'ble Sole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 

Missna' Double Sole Calf Shoes 1 50 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only i 25 

Children's Best Double Button Boots. 1 75 
Children's Sawed Top Pebble Goat., . . 1 U5 
Children's CoppBt-Toe, 75o. ; Screwed 

Calf „.... 1 M 

Infants' Shoes, 15c, 25c, 50o. and 75 

Gents' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 



97 011 
4 10 
4 50 
3 50 

450 
3 00 

300 
350 

2 00 
■Z I'll 

3 50 
2 50 
200 

1 75 
250 

2 00 

150 



tom-made Boots. . 

Gents' French Screwed Boots..., 
Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots.. 
Gents' Calf Pegged Boots only, . 



GOO 
5 00 
5 00 

2 .50 

3 00 
3 SO 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS I 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTED PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Fine Gold-mounted E\E GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at wholesale 
prioes, ranging from 910, 9)2,50, 915. Good Plain 
Opera Glasses eold from 95, £6, 97 50. 

C. MVIaEdRK, Oaytlclon, 

BOS Montgomery street, 
del2 Rues House Block. San Fraao 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORWEY A.T IjA."W 

(Awoeat Fransrt.lt,) 
No. C»0 'tVaahlngtoii Street. Boom IT, 

ap26 (Bet. Kent gomsty and Kearny). 



UOU1P \jail rejA|a>eju 11UOIB, UUI> 

Gents' Kip Boots, 9^, 92 50 aod. 

Gents' Double Sole Screwpd Boots. . . 
Cents' Congress Gaiters, SI and 91 50 , 

Sewed 2 00 

Gents' Rubber Boots, only 4 00 

Gents' French Sorewed Gaiters 3 50 

GentB' Brogana, 91 25, 91 50: screwed. 2 00 

GsytY Screwed Oxford Ties 2 Oil 

BoyB' screwed Sboeu, {1 50 ; Oxf'd Ties 1 75 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No.. 11 and «3 Third atreet. 

•9-Don't foieat the place, first Shoe Store from 
Mii'ldt atreol. Nuolena Building. de23 tf 



10 00 
7 00 
7 50 
4 10 

4 50 

5 00 

3 00 
H50 
5 00 
3 ti.l 
300 
2 50 




F. PYAT'S 

HUMAN 



HAIR 



.BTORE, 
l~ 4 Kenrny street. ' 

wholesaleTnd RETAIU 
■»■ N. B.— Wigs h-red for Theatrical purposes 
and Maatiaerade BaMs. de4 lm 

QUINCY HALL 

1 othin sr Emporinm, 

S47 nnd G4t> Washington atreet. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS^ 
made of the best materials and fitted 
as if made to order, at prices ranging . 
from ^ 

$15 to S15. 
Genta' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks. Valises, Traveling Satobels, etc, on sale 
at the lowest prioes. asrOall and b* convinced. 
P. F. MOBRHARDT. [dejlm] T. Q. BII.TY. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 
Grands and TJpvigrlitgp, 

A. BORD, Paris, just received. 

FB.OM W300 TO »80O VPtVAltUS. 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Also, a large assortment of Sheet Music Musics 
Inttrumeate. Fancy Goods, etc dp.15 tjal 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

ME. PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

Parisian Ladies' Underwear. FRENCH COR- 
SETS of all price* and qualities, ready mada aad 
to order. No. «S1 SACRAMENTO STKEET, 
ij. jallm 



M 



P. LIESENFELB, 

MANUFACTURER OF BU> 
llard Table., S71 MARKET 
STREET, below Seoond, San 
Francisco. Sola A«ent for Phe- 




rpo 



OET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 



«— feotly-fittinK Goat bctlt, a Gentleman ahonld 



go to 6. li. DAVIS. Fashionable Tailor, SOT 



Kearny atreet, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. m 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO 
all tbe affairs of life be sure And consult. 






1Kb A OoUender's Psteut Billiard Tables and New PROFESSOR DAHU. the most popular of «T» 

Improved Eureka Wire Cushions, Patented May Astrologers, at No. 091 California street, above 

2d, 1871. aanVdeSlm Kearny. .,-. ^ eo2 tf 



a 



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e>*«»ifc.9io« 



a ».>T7 day, »XC9?t Sunday, Of 

E». BQGARDXTS 

— AT— 

32 Merchant 8t. and 535 Wa»tingtoa Bt 

Below Mootsomery Bleck. 



MONDAY JAKUABI 8, 1872 



FlflARQ ON THE CAlA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

riOAUO Is thoroughly distributed ev- 

or dayon the can of the California Fa- 

e Ifle Kallrpttd, leovlns MoryaTllle for 

o and Sun FruncUoo at 1 o'clock 

r. m. ^ 

FIGARO ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

IOO " Flguroa" ore distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boat- every afternoon, 
m it'.iy among the paaaenejera arriving by 
be irreat Overland Train, 



FISARD ON THJ_VALLEJO BOAT. 

»•© "Figaro ■" are dliitrlbuted every 
day tunanaj the pas»engera en the Steamer 
Capital, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to thU city. 



James Fisk, Jr. 

James Fbik, ji-., is dea-3, and we a*y with 
all Biacenty we coald have better spared 
a better man. He was unscrupuloui in get- 
ting money, bat he spent it with a free 
hand, he encouraged music, the arts and t;ie 
drama. It is a pity when a man in fall 
health and rigor is oat down. James Fisk 
knew how to enjoy himself and spread an 
atmosphere of enjoyment round him. He 
was shot down by a cowardly asaasBin wor- 
thy of his name, "Stokes." "Stokes" i3 just 
the name for an assassin, just as Fisk was a 
good name for the prinoe of good fellows, 
whose sudden taking off all the members of 
the dramatic profession will mourn. "Fisk!"' 
It remind? as of champagne. Like a bottle 
of good wine he has sparkled, effervesced, 
and vani shed. 

One for Page. 

M. Garnier Page scored one a short time 
ago 'while talking with some friends; 

•'Yes!" he cried, "yes, if I had remained 
in Paris during the Commune, the atrocities 
which we all deplore would never have been 
committed." " Why then, did you not remain 
there?" asked a friend. 

"Because they would have Bhot me!" re- 
plied Pages. 

Cheek. 

Francis Dillon Eagan has been a catholic 
about nine months, and now he has started a 
paper called the Catholic Guardian in which 
he sets himself up as a teacher of those 
whom he h&s been preaching against as her- 
etics for years. 

Pretty Well. 

The Bulletin speaking of three girls ar- 
rested for leading dissolute lives says: 

Each of them is under seventeen years of 
age, bat all are pretty well advanced in 
crime. 

That's satisfactory. 



We Should Say So. 

Eifl man ha just returned from a trip np 
the Sacramento Biver, with a number of 
sketches of the valley as it is at present. 
Done in water-colors, as a matter of course. 



European Music 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, basts, etc., etc., at 
Schuberth's music Btore, 613 Olay street. Agents 
for the Btece Pianos. i 



The very finest Photographs to he had only 
at Seixece & FiBHEE's. 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced, _. y, 

Iteduccd Prices. 

Gueriu Sz Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
337 and 329 Bush street. Must sell $35,000 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our stock. z 



Washing: Returned in One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. ____ fc ___ 

Oyster, Tr-atLe. 

The oyster trade In California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corville, of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy£«ers to all parts of the Pacific Coast. Els 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whlcu 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Eock" is known everywhere. q 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambxa, 
and Inspect the One suites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv fine one and id wel 
lighted and ventilated. J 

Club House Sausages. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
Almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures stoo are posted,, get none hut Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. r 

Dr. Bourne's Electric Baths. 

Established in 1852, now conducted by Dr. Mc- 
Sparren, are recommended by all physicians aa the 
beet medicinal baths on the Oout, 10 Post street, 
Masonic Temole. * 

• 

Blaise Tour liome Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Koll&tyeb, dealer 
in pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington street, jnat below 
Ke my, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room into a bright, 
cheerful budolr. A 



Undc lio Occidental Hotel, 

112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & Randolph, yon can buy watches, jewelry, 
Silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qnsl- 
I ty, and at the lo west prices. x 

To the ITnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
Street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 



Btrnsm'i Biff Hyena On a Tear. 
Baraum possesses a keen inventive gen in 
for advertising hiB aboWB, and no recent ex- 
hibition of his talent in this respect has been 
more successful than the big hyena scare, 
whioh he has been perpetrating during a 
weeker two recently in New York, where 
his circus and menagerie are Wintering and 
giving exhibition*. First he got Bergh to 
visit the concern, and took care that the 
simple-minded, benevolentold party, should 
notice a hideous big hyeua, which was firm- 
ly fastened down by a strong chain through 
the bottom ef its cage, so that his ugly ncee 
was kept very near the door all the time. 
Of course Bergh protested against this con- 
finement a3 oruelty, and wanted the chain 
taken off. That was juet what P. T. wanted 
First there was tho advertisement of Bergh'a 
viBit; next there came a score more of adver- 
tisements, in the shape ot protests against 
taking off the chain; stories of the terrible 
and incredible strength and ferocity of the 
untameable monster, and speculations as to 
the fearful havoc he would make if he got 
his liberty— as he certainly would if the cage 
alone were depended upon for holding him. 
Then the hyena's chain was taken off for the 
orowning Bensation. Of course the beast 
scorned the puny strength of a cage. First ) 
he gnawed a partition, probably hoping to 
find some plnmp, toothsome monkey?, or 
other little deleoaoies, but he was disappoint- 
ed to discover instead, a small but healthy 
tiger, which deeidedly objected to being ea- 
ten up. Iq ab»ut five minutes, when the 
fur settled, sufficiently for a glimpse to be 
got of the interior of the csge, it was found 
that Mr. Hyena, had retired, in good order, 
and with undiminished appetite, however, 
t« his own quarters, and commenced opera- 
tions on the other end. This also he went 
through, but had a scarcely flmore cheering 
interview with a leopard in that compart- 
ment than he had before enjoyed with Ue 
tiger. He now became wearied of the mon- 
otony of restriction to his cage, and tearing 
apart the large iron bars, skipped out en the 
saw-dust for a war dance with all surround- 
ing nature. The impreesion prevailing 
among bystanders at this point, was that 
they hadn't lost any hyena, and didn't care 
about finding any. Ka'urally, there is seme 
confusion in the storieB concerning the hy- 
ena's operations from this point. His course 
was traced by its results, rather than care 
fully reported by disinterested spectators. 
From a careful compilation of all the pub- 
lished accounts, however, we have come to 
the conclusion, that tee ravenous fiend ate 
up a pony or two, a few oages of monkeys, 
some camels, a few bisons, and sacred eows, 
a leopard, an elephant and some score or 
more of miscellaneous animals of smaller 
size and less importance. Finally he be- 
came surfeited, which does not seem im- 
probable in view of the extent of bis re" 
past, and allowed himself to be lassoed by 
a "Digger Indian"— (that looks fishy)— and 
reconducted to his cage, where he was se- 
curely chained down and left to enjoy the 
pleasures of a quiet digestion and the mem- 
ories of a somewhat exciting evening's sport. 
Now, it is said, Bar/nam meditates suit, 
against Bergh for the amount of damage 
incurred by obedience to his order to "let 
tho oppressed go free." This would be a 
magnificent climax, after all this splendid 
advertisement to make Bergh pay for it. 

Very Naturaal. 

Some oysters are a very dark color, and 
connoisseurs prefer theBe. The other even- 
ing, Winant of the Pacific Oyster House 
opened an oyster of this description and a 
customer refused it, saying "it looked mor- 
tified," Winant explained that it was natu- 
ral to suppose an oyster was mortified at be- 
ing opened. 

XMtlcey 's Crome de Uls 

la equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effects. Every bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. H 

500 Pairs ot Socles, 
At all prlces,i!: the What Cheer Laundry. * 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqnarzi's ex- 
quisitely Givorod punches form a moat appropriate 
present. The egg nog punch eaves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous symposium is at 20 Liedeedorff, and fa pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worth? successor, u 



A Suitable Holiday Present 
For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved In the latest Btyle by John 
P. Dwteb, C07 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 



Ward's Celebrated Shirts 
At old Stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levine. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evening** from 7 to 9 o'clock. i 



Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pali 1 — 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



For the very best phograpbs go to Bradley A- 
Eulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Bun- 
day. • 

Why Abe Beows's Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
litre Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. I 

» ■ 

PC/ew York Store. 

Cheap and fine Jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
SaHPsoH & Go's. New Xork Store, 102 Second 
street. ' x 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, No. 7 Geary 

street, corner Ke arny. u 

New York Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Olay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 



The Aerial Suspension. 

We took the New York Mercury to task 
last week for its un professional conduct in 
publishing an explanation of a stage trick. 
It sterna that Profesaor Silvester .also pro 
tested. The Mercury of December 2ith ha e 
the following in this connection : 

We save an account last week of the mes- 
meric performance by Prof-Mur Silvester, 
the magicjao, upon Miss Angeliqae Sohott, 
in which the lady leaned her elbow upon a 
post and was m^sterioubly buspendtd in the 
air. We gave as a solution of the apparent 
phenomenon that the young lady was en- 
cased in a jointed iron frame-work, which 
her drem concealed, and that steel blades 
passed down her limbs, which wore necessa- 
rily somewhat padded in order to conceal 
the projection wnioh the blades might make, 
in silk tights. In speaking of the applica- 
tion of a handkerchief to the youug lady's 
nose, apparently containing ether, we pre- 
sumed that ether was spilled in the audito- 
rium, in order to create the smell of the 
drag which existed there. The solution of 
the trick, which we learned from several in- 
dividuals in the varieiy profession, is pro- 
nounced erroneous by the Professor. He 
does not, however, vouchsafe a true expla- 
nation. As regards the spilling of ether in 
the auditorium, as we did not see the opera- 
tion, we can only infer it." As a Mercury 
representative, we were hailed in the lobby 
of the the theatre by the Professor at the 
close of his perform mce one evening, and 
invited into the private barroom of the estab- 
lishment. The Professor wore a fur cap, 
and trea'ed drinks with magnificence. He 
announced himself ad owner ef the ChariDg 
Gross Theatre in London and the Walnut- 
street Theatre in KanBas City, and exhibited 
telegrams from various managers, offming 
terms of wondrous magnitude. He charged 
us with injuring his business by the pnbli- 
tion. We merely wished to enlighten our 
readers. The young lady was seated on a 
stool near the stove. She confined her grief 
to our incidental mention of her pads. "Yon 
Slid 1 wore pads, sir ! I never put on such 
things in the whole course of my life, sir !" 
She looked pretty on the stage, but she was 
six times as pretty off it. 



A Warning To Tipplers. 

Florence, the comedian, tells a capital 
story of a waiter at one of the London tav- 
erns who was sadly given to drink. A party 
of young men determined to reform him 
and one day read an imaginary paragraph 
from the paper, relating a terrible accident 
in which an inebriate, in blowing out a 
candle, was killed by the flame igniting the 
fumea of his breath. Jerry pricked up hiB 
ears at this, and requested that the para- 
graph might be read to him again, which 
was done to the evident horror of the poor 
man, who immediately went in search of 
the cook, to borrow a prayer book. Relum- 
ing with this, he expressed a desire to take 
solemn oath upon it, bemoaned the fact 
that he had been a sorry tippler, and was 
bringing himBelf to ruin, and then swore; 
that never again, so long as he lived, would 
he— attempt lo blow out a candle. 



A Natural Mistake. 

Mufnogton reading the following in a con 
temporary, "A Geneva III. foundry manu- 
factures seven tons of sad-irons a week," 
said he didn'tjknow what "sad-irons" were 
but he supposed they were hand-cuffs. 



Tlie Newest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
o the post-office, is agent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



No Actor 

John Brougham is said to relate a good 
joke. Lester "Wallack had been quizzing him 
and it is known a great deal of rivalry existed 
between them formerly. Brougham sayshe> 
had a deram once that Lester Wallack ap- 
peared at the gates of; Heaven with a beau- 
tilnl four-in-han<L and demanded admission, 
St. Paul or Peter, whoever was doorkeepers 
immediately admitted him whvn he eaid bis 
name was Wallack, the next day he (John 
Brougham) attempted to enter, but the gates 
were slammed in his face— St. Peter exclaim- 
ing "we admit no actors here!" Bn», sajs 
Brougham, you admitted Lester Wallacu 
yesterday. Oh, says St. Peter, "He is no 
actor!" 



A Great Privilege. 

The Austrian women have certain legal 
rights which these in America might de 
happy to boast. They czu refoee to accorr- 
pany their husba-jds to any locality which 
endangers their liberty, lite, or health, and 
unless married to military men, can refuse 
to be parties to perpetual peregrinations and 
to settling in foreign countries. The conse- 
quence is, "Grass widows" abound in Austria. 



Dexter Smith's new Paper. 

" We acknowledge lb© receipt of the first 
number of Dexter Smith's new paper and 
welcome it to our exchange list. It is filled 
with good original and selected matter, and 
portraits of NilssoD, Duke Alexis, and Ed- 
win Booth, and six pages of original music. 
The price jb ten cents. Specimen copies 
are Bent free. 

Very Stupid. 

The Alta says: "What can be the use of 
honoring a man aftsr he is dead is difficult 
to comprehend." It is difficult for the 
Alta to comprehend anything. The object 
of paying honors to a man after he is dead 
is to encourage others to emulate him. 
Ah Sin. 

Ah Sin has has been going to the bad ever 
since Bret Harto. Immortalized him. He 
was on another drunk on Friday and was 

fined S5 on Saturday. 

*. 

H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission st, Jewelry of all kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
Riven to Hair Je welry. b 

If You want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



A New Tiling In Oysters. 

Joe Giusta, 105 California Market, frontlnor 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested oo Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Qiustl's fresh opened oysters to eac on 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklace?, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Oases, etc., of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. You will find a large 
atook of it at A. Hirsehman's Jewelry Store, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter and Post. G 



Sine* the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cus 
omers. Call and see them. 327 °nd 329 Bush 
street. bh 



The New Remedy. 

For restoring the hair and cleansing the ecalpr 
use Kinkead'ssage-bnnh hair tonic and cure fo 
baldness. It will check the hair from falling out 
To be had of the agent. Jae. H. GateB. Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Kmkead, Elko Nev., is 
on each wrapper. k 

Wew Fumlshng Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. » 

Trie Stylish Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street is called " The" Hat Sxobe 
is because, for the style of Its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Store, 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. s 

Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious Im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Tab© only Horton's. See that the name 
ot Hug & Schmidt, 636 Commercial at- is on the 
wrapper. Hua & Soninpi, Successors to P. J. 
Bellly, Agents* » 

Rents Collected. 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. a 



Best. Quality of Dogskin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Oheor Laundry 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H, 
Gadsby, 6S5 Market, near Second. o 

Artificial Limbs, , 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, J San 

Francisco. 2 



San Francisco Stall.— Nos. 60 and 61 Call- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place In the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuraljrta, Colds 

And all similar inflictions speedily and sorely 
Cured at Dr. Bourne'B Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
street, Masonic Temple. a 

For Washing 

Shirts, $1 50 per doz.; small pieces, 00c. per 
doz At the What CheerLaundry, * 

Watches. 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale In this city la 
offered by J. W. Tuoezb & Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, etc, all of 
" at the very lowest prleea.gj 



It is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening If de- 
sired. i 

Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Co's, No. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
supply in the city. > K 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

I A& THIRD STRKET, NEAR 
IrJfcOHoward. Three square French 

Di-hee, ;."» utDO. The Cheapest and 

Best Restaurant in the city. Parties „ 

rooming in the neighborhood will* 

find this bouse comfortable and quiet- 3a° lm. 



A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 



OLD ESTABLISHED, AMD DOING A GOOD 
bnsinees, as the books will show. Reason for 
selling, tbe proprietor has other engagements that 
he has to fulfil. 
BQTApplr at F IQ ABO Office. I»6tf 



Spectacles my Specialty! 






O. MUIjLiER, 
03PTXOJA.pt, 

C05 Montgomery Street, Bus* Block. 
jn2S tf San Francisco. 



3RE3V1QVAIJ. 

£■ 1 ft f\(\n TO ANY PERSON 

© 1U.UUU able to equal MME.. 

SCHWORER. Professor of Great 

Mysteries. She cures sickness after 

recover? is hopeless, and gives t 

rect information on all affairs of 1 

Prof. S. has invaluable. Talismans for 

lore, eood luck, and alao seeinc your intended 

Fee, $1 and npward. Office. No. 8«3 Washington 

esreet, between Stt-okton and Dupont. below the 

Oburoh, for a short time only. ja4 tf 




W^ BRYANT & STRATrOlT-T^t ' 

BUSINESS COLLEGE * 

24- POST STL " 
SAM FRANCISCOf 

THE LARGEST AND THE BEST BUSINESS 
COLLEGE <-n the Coast. It educates' thor- 
oughly for Badness. Persons of both sexes and 
of all ages admitted. Preparatory Departments 
for (hose noifi ted for Business Course. Over 230 
pupils now in attendance. Students can com- 
mence at any tin-*. The public are i-rited to vleit 
this College. Catalogues eent hy addrFusJDE 
E. H. HEALD. 
President Business College, 
d»!3 tf San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIAJESTAURANT 

\T\JOS. 610, O18AMD*-taM0NT- 
V 1 ^ gomery street, nnar Merchant.— 

,Ladies' Saloon connected v itb the R*s- 

i aurant. 

JB111 ol Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coff** FBEE to 
unj i»rr»oi. Spending MSc. 

Seup, with Fish or Rrouta iia i 

Two £sk« 15c 

Three T-xa* ,S9e 

Smelis or Salmon, with Coffee ISc 

Steaks or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 20c 

Fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed ]5c 

Bottle of White Wine lUo 

Bottle of 01 tret 'Wine or Beer 15c 

Pies, Pudding or Oake 5c „ 

Oat MeaL filush or Oracked 'Wheat 5c vnef 

OonVe, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glaas of \A'l 

White or Claret Wine Sc 

del-tf JOHN REGAN, Proprietor 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF1 MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APPETIZING BHEAKFA8TS, LUNCHES, 
DINNERS AND SUPPEBS. 

BKIXG TOTJB -WIFE! 

BKISO TOtB FAMILY! 

BBIXS lOlIX LABI FIIIIXI'S! 

And enjoy a view of the FINEST OOEAN PAKO 

RAA1A IN THE WORLD, all in sight ol 

the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet of white-winded messengers entering 
from every part of the commercial world. 

■*»- New Line Buases, connecting with Street 
Oars at Lone Mountain every 15 minutes hereafter 
for the Oliff Honte. Fare 25 cents. 

J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor, Second and Tehama street*. 

.._ Terrapin constantly Od bud. 
Oysters In every Btyle, PRIVATE 
,SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
mhSl lm 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

41S Pine Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Stews 

WEDNESDAYS and FBIDATS 
Families and Parties supplied to order. nol5 

GEORGE MAYES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMS 
andfill kinds of SHELL FISH, i 
Stalls Nos. 40, 41, IS, California * 
Market, entrance on California Btreet. J - 

Public or private parties and families supplieO 
from 6 A.M. to 12 P. M. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Oyster Room open from 6 a.m . to 12 P.M. del3 2w 

SODA AND SELTZER .WATER! 

712 Broadway. 




PRICES 
REDUCED 

The Steam Soda 
iWorlid htive re- 
placed the price' 
| from SI GO to 

50c. per Doz. 

del* lm 




AMERICAN & COS 

COMBINATION OF 



CUNDURANCO 



— TB2 — 

GREATEST BLOOD PtfRIFIEB KNOWN 

ESn»OBSE» BV VTCE-PRESIIMEIfT 
Collax and Hon. Georjre C. Gorham. A BBa. 

<irn .',,.■,. n.rnAM'Kl:, SCKf il-TLA. 6YPHIL1.S. 
KHEUMATISM ami NEirEALGIA. CLCEBA- 
TIONS, SKIN DISEASES, etc. Price, SI 50 per 
bottle. S')ld bv all Pniee:lsts. 

ItEDIXCTuX/ IIOSTETTEr. & CO.. 

Agents, .San Eroncteco. 




KT©t*7- Seods 



JUST RECEIVED, A PKIME LOT OF NEW 
Alfalfa Clover Seed, Hyacinth Glaeseg, Dntch 
IrHl^',. 610 ™^ 1 ^ 8 on h * Dd * a flne aeeortment of 
SEEDS, BULBS, PLANTS, itc. Cnllfomla 
Tree Seed.; alao, SEEDS OF PALMS, An*, 
^y.l? ©urn Tree., Fruit Treee, at tlie OLD 
STAND. «-Send for a Catalopie. 

. B. Jf. MOORE, 
Importer of Seeds, Bnlbs. Planta, etc., 
OC19 3m 4g5 Washington Bt., San FraBoisoo. 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE ABENT r 

SEARCHER OF REOORDS AND OONVET- 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
ro, directly opposite toe Oonrt House. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale and. to let 
▼arioa<e parte of Alameda county. 4D2$lni 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

M- FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN- 
=™! gle or in suits, 

"Well Lien ted and Ventilated. 

- — Unlurniehed Rooms to let Lodringwith 
or without board, ALHAMBRA BUILDING, 
«1» Bush street. O oi4 tf 



ICADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

VOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY 
MME. FORSTEK, 518 Sntter street, near 
ja4 2it 




STAPLETON, HATTER, 

de2-7] 134 KEAltXY STREET. [lm 



AM AS BON-BONS ! 

SANTA CLAU8' HEABdUAKTERS. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES, TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety jt r i ode in their lin^ 
new and fresh, for sale cheip : - 

,.£^£ TV A TTAGKEB'S, 

deI2 lOi Montgomerytetreet, near Sntter. 



D. MENDES'S RED LION 
SALOON, 310 Commercial si., 
bet. Battery and Front, where he 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 and 1 p.m. : 

ileo the choicest Wines and Liq- 

nori. unciish Ala and Porter always on draught. 
You will always fiad him there to attend. d*28 




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TT1K BOOTY. Tbs iifina". The Ascsot by the Elevator. The 
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SCKKE HF.C(*XD.-A STREET IN NEW YORK. Tbs 
Hirsl U>olblacke. I'rofe'nooal .>eAlonsie>. A Co-partnenhlp. 
New Ideas In Arithmetic. Skinner's gratitude at hie escape. 
THE REWARD. Rantlsy an 1 he track. HO FOR THE WEST. 
A oi" way to buy lorniture. Stnffy in trouble. His appeal to 



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Jim H-NKSTY THK BRST POLICY. ThB motherof a Isnto 

family imposed opoo. The Counterfeil BIT. Stop Thief! THE 
HOPELESS CHaSK. .htn'e ideas of donesly. 

I€ENR TIIIBD.-VKST. THE BLACK HILLS. 
Ranttey and Momrey captured by Indians. The Re*oue by 
Laura. Screamirg Pete In love, with Laura. Lanra proves her- 
vlf a true heroine. Peto goes in search of Redskins. The 
Sapper. Thehltep. Tim Burnriee Laura RantreTaDd Moo- 
tr«y attain cspturrd by Indians. THE EXPECTED TRAIN. 
Destruction of the I'-ndce by Indians. The Death Struggle. 
Death of Montrey. Rantrcy bound to a tree, aud propArations 
made to burn bim. All hope Is lost. No pi we r can »ave as 
now. LAURA DOOMED TO DIE. THRRiBl E VEnTOB- 
ANOK OF THE RHD MEN. The approaching Train. Aid 
from Heaven. Escape of Rantrey. Laura aaTed. ARRIVAL 
OF PETE. 

IEX8ATIONAA TABLEAl. 



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METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SACBAHENTO. 
-ill-. Jos. Proctor.. ..JLeanee and Unnuffer 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
the present management commenced on the 
It.l.h September, and during the occasional visits 
or the company to San Jose. Stockton and Marys- 
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J atreete. Sacramrnto, Or to JOSEPH PROCTOR. 
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by the week. Blare and traveling oomnaniai 
liberally treated with on application by letter 
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TCESDAY J AST AST 9. 1872 



AMUSEMENTS. Etc. 



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Alhambra Theatre. 

Bain or shine ibis lavorit* theatre nerer lacks 
patrorag*. The rxrforoanc* Iwt oifht was a 
moat excellent ose. The heyoo da Brothers pre- 
sented some of the beet acta io tneir repertoire: 
Leon, Edwin Kelly. MJa» Fanny Gibaoa and b\ 
Holdsw^rtb, sans the gems of Off»eb*ch"s oner- 

tu of "La Rose de St. Fleur" deliebtfnlly, and 
presented an amueiog travesty of the libretti. 
Tne 'drama" enlitltd "A Dime Korel," which 
concluded the evening's entertainmen, is made 
op of all the atoiatioBB ever presented oo aty 

ttce, wnioh follow one aaother io rapid succsss- 
ioo. Leon waeimmeese aa Laura Sherwood, and 
xWwio Kelly was all that oonld be desired as Skin- 
ner The rest of the characters were well fil.td. 

California Theatre. 

In epite of the rain Mr. Carien's becict via 
wall attended. The pirf jraance went off well. 
■'David Garrick" was well played, and the Screen 
Scene frjm the "School for Scandal," w nt John 
UcColloogb. Henry Edward*. J ime> Carden and 
BaiieMay Howard in the respect ire p.rta of Charles 
Sorface, S r Pettr Teazle. Joseph Surface, asd 
LadyTeaze, was presented in aatyle tfcs.f>.oc.d 
be equaled io few theatres in the Unit«d mate) 
In the musical interstcuo Miss Georgie Loomi a 
did a songseddtne*, capital ty; Mtb Jniia Melville 
■Acs an aria finely; Vivian, who was hear.jly wel 
corned. g»Te some of his b*tt t oscb, Lotta McCar- 
thy a song and danc*. and the Hisses Stanley per- 
ormed a clog dance which was londly applauded. 
Tc-aighs Miss Annette luce wtll malre her fire t 
appearance aa Partbenia in * Infoarjar." John Mc- 
Cnilongh playing tee title role. Tow evening's en 
tertaiamem will conclude with ft clfg diuca by tte 
Mie&CE Stanley. ■ - " 

MetropoIltanTlieatre. 

E. T. Stetson gained irequeot applaure for bis 
rendition of Richard III. last night and fairly 
brought down the honse In the combit scene. He 
dressed the part Kith republican simplicity, and 
his Richard wassomewhtt lacking is Kingly dig- 
nity : bat be made many points io a style suited to 
thecomprebeuaisn of tnsgeaeral public, and thus 
gained their applause. Miss Henrietta Osborne 
read the part of Queen Elizabeth with admirable 
feeling. The warm welcome she received on mak- 
ing her appearance pored how gr»at a favorite she 
is with the California public. James it. Hardy 
was a cap) tat Richmond, Harry Col ton read the 
part of the Duke of Buckingham beautifully: Miss 
Fanny Young made some good points as Lad; An- 
ne, and Mis* Lulu Wilson gained a round of ap- 
plause for heractiog in the part of the Duke of 
York. To-night?" > he Lady of Lyons' ' will be pre - 
sented, with E. T. Stetson as Claude Melnotte and 
Misa Henrietta Oaborn at Pauline. 
Bella tnion. 

The entertainment at this place of amusement 
is as bright and lively as can be imagined and Kill 
chase away the blues oo the rainisst of nights. 
We have before referred to the excellence of the 
first part and interlude. In theafterpieoe of "The 
Nymphs of the Hill." Ed. Montague, Samwellf, 
Lou McCarthy. Minnie Fillmore, Marie Zoel, 
Carrie Chapman, and many others appear, and the 
play ends with the flight of the Avi:or. 
Theatre Comiquc. 

There will be a change io the performance at 
this [lacs of amusement to-night. The roaring 
farce of "Americans in Paris," Frank Jones's 
Lively Moke and other popular features lemain on 
on the bill 
The Oxford. 

Dick O'Neil, the indefatigable business manager, 
is'on his legs again and has in preparation more 
novelties for this place of amusement where Miss 
Amelia Dean and her baud ofmaleard ffmsJe 
minstrels delight large houses nightly. 
Thomas Sfagulre. 

A telegraphic dispatcli received from the pio- 
neer manager informs ne that he will start from 
Mew York on Monday next with a company se- 
lected from the trm< de fa crtsuof the 1 
profession. 
Pavilion Skating- Rink. 

Public assemblies every Tuesday, Thur:aay and 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday afternoons, Tutsdsy, Thursday and Satur- 
day evenings. Clib assemblies the other morn- 
ings, afternoons and evenings of the week. Pro- 
fessors Lovettacd Callie Curtis give ao exhibi- 
tion every evening at I o'clock. 
Anatomical Mneenm. 

The Florentine Venus is toe admiration of at 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of an in 
San Francisco. 7ne Dying Zouave isftn exquisite 
piece of mechanism; the De Chaillieu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands of curiosi- 
ties too comers us to mention are on exhibition 



Home from Europe. 

Jnlien Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, eo widely and favorably known 
in San Francisco, has returned from aa extended 
tour on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hosottals in 1 he world, and maj 
be consulted at hia office, 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine. West side, over the Drug 
store. a 

Job's Ice Cream Saloon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice Cream and 
Fancy Candiee is at No. 317 Kearny street, between 
Pine asd Bush. The old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on hand. 

Invalid Ceatb And Bed— One of the best in- 
ventiocs for bed-ridden people and invalid?, is 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Invalid Bed 
which attracted so much attention at tne Me- 
chanic's Fair. John H. Titcomb, 639 Kearny 
Btreet is agent for Califiraii. w 



The Sage Brush Drama- 

' The MfcrTbville Appeal has tte following : 
Messrs Goodman and Daggett, of tbe Vir. 
gi-i Enterprise, hare but recently com 
pleted a drama entitled "The PeTchoecope,'' 
which is to be brought out m the East in Cut- 
time. This joint dramatic effort is spoken 
of by an Eastern gentleman— in whose opin- 
ion we have great confidence — aa an exceed- 
ingly meritorious production, and one far 
in advance of any of the sensational plays 
of the American stage. The gentleman has 
read and carefully examined tbe drama re- 
fered to, and a long experience as a journal- 
ist and critic, entitles his opinion to consid- 
eration. We give the substance of his re- 
marks, which are to the point. He says: 
"The PeycboscopV boasts of a plot, which 
gradually unfolds itself and leads to a happy 
denoaement. There are several well sus- 
tained characters, among which are Tripp, 
a zealous newspaper reporter and dramatic 
anther: Percy Boshem, an inventive genics 
and the originator of the "Psycboscope, or 
Soul Mirror;" Philo Eundy, a healthy rol- 
licking countryman, of the large-hearted or- 
der; Mr. Starch, a fop, a professional bur- 
glar and the traditional villain, detective, 
and rich father. The htroine is a Miss Eoy- 
alton, a sweet womanly character, and 
scarcely less charming .3 her friend Con- 
stance, both ladies standing forth in all the 
graces of genuine womanhood, and in con- 
trast with some of tbe frailer sisterhood who 
are made to figure very naturally in the plot. 
The sentiment of the play is fresh, delicate* 
healthy, and finds poetic expression in an 
unforced way. Its satire is keen, and^U' 
ways finds its le^limate^objext.^Inleiig 
bumor has both breadth and frequency. 
The three first ramed character* are strong- 
ly individualized, the situations are strik 
ingly impressive, and the climax, which is 
reached at the altar, is startling enough for 
the mes: exacting disciple of the realistic dra- 
ma. The particular steak of genius in tbe 
play is the exceedingly delicate and subtle 
means by which the cfilcers and the audi* 
enc* are led to suspect an innocent party 
of the guilt of murder, a delusion from 
which the audience find no escape, until the 
"Peychoscope, or Soul Mirror' is brought 
into requisition and fairly reflects the scene 
of the assassination from the soul of the 
criminal. Tbe officers of the law, still later, 
ficd conclusive evidence by which the inno- 
cence of the suspected is established and tbe 
guilt of the real assassin proved. A delicate 
mechanical apparatus is to be used as the 
Psychoscope^and an application of certain 
well known chemical laws are to help on the 
mystery of the drama. As a whole tbe play 
reflects credit upon its authors, and, proper- 
ly mounted cannot fail of success.'' That is 
the opinion of this gentleman, and we give it 
as against tbe opinion of some of our San 
Francisco theatrical critics who* have written 
upon it They would "prune it of its sage 
brush," he would have it as it is. 



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and mate any garment to fit perfectly J Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Demlng. agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, So. 113 Kearny street, between Butter 
and Post, San Fr ancisco. • 

To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
1 eonr-maeh stimulant— so highly recommended 
by th Medical Faculty— is at No. 605 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 306 Montgomery 
street. Aefe '— the "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, lew, delicious. s 



Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have do family circle where they can 
wp Christmas and Sew Year's holidays, can fore 
eamptuonaly at Jones* Oyster Palace, next door to 
I ze California Ti=atre. There they coo find every 
.uxurv of the season: the choicest wines, and the 
moat experienced of cooks and attendants. The 
private rooms for dinner and supper parties, ore 
t he ad miration of all who have Been them,"2B Jv 



Pen Portrait of Lncj- Stone, 

Persons whs have 6ten Lucy Stone figur- 
ing at "ben" gathering will recognize this 
portrait: "She is a plump, little lady, who 
looks on the Etage as it she had come there 
Irom a dinner party where the turkey, 
oysters and coffee were so superlatively 
good that she had taken too much of them 
end was uocomtortable in consequence, 
She is certainly dressed for a country din- 
ner party, in an orthodox old-fashioned 
black silk dress, and une is somehow 
always looking for her to pull out a half- 
finished gray stocking of great proportions 
unroll it, stick a knitting-needle in her 
hair and fall to counting stitches. She has 
a pleasant, motherjy way ef speaking, and 
a wide unhandsome mouth, with which to 
utter the thoughts that arise in her. Her 
(ace is very red, the tff-cts of turkey, coffee 
and oysters, aDd her hair is combed 
smooth aud shining, with a knot and a fall 
behind tbe eare, very commonafew years 
ago, but very ugly now." 

Pfew Yorfc Store. 

Cheap and fine Jewelry and fancy goods, at 
ore-half tbe price charged else-n bero. at A. E. 
Saxpsok & Co's. Sew York Store, 102 Second 
street. i 

A Suitable Holiday! Present 
For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Card?, 
written or enpraved in the latest style by Johs 
P. Dttyxb, £07 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. n 



Ward's Celebrated Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levine. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. So entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 153 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from7 to 9 o'clock.! 



Car and Steamer News Apency. 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe cars os! the C. P. R. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fiqaso 
among the passengers therecn, enpplies them 
with tbe latest San Francisco dailies and all 
he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at Ban Francisco prices. * 



Tbe Best Farm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm Wagon is 
the best ; over 500 sold on tfcis coast Mills 
& Evans. Agents, 508 Market street. BH 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronised by everybody. 



First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awar Jed the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship in the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowlesof the'-SewHoTiEe." 314 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle's stock is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, bh 



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Sis the best laundry in San Francisco . 



SOW 119 G feKFPs. 
Ye are sowing, daily sowicg. 

Countless seeds of good and 111, 
Scattered on the lovely lowland. 

Cast npon tbe windy hill; 
Btads »ha*. sink od rich brown furrows, 

Soft wi h Heaven's pracions rain; 
eeeds that rest upon the surface 

Of lhe dry, unyielding plain. 

Seeds that fall amid the stillness 

Of the lowly mountain glen; 
Seeds cast oat in crowded places. 

Trodden under ftet of meo; 
Seeds by Idle hearte f ireotten, 

Flung at random on tbe air; 
Seeds by ia'thfol souls remembered, 

8own in tears and lova and pray er . 

SeedF that He unchanged, nnqulckencd, 

Lifeless on the uemlng mold; 
Seeds that grow and live and flour sh 

When the sower's hand is cold; 
Ey a wbieper sow we blesiicg?, 

By a breath we scatter strife; 
In onr words and looks and actions 

L'e the feeds of death and life. 

Thou who know&t all our weaknef s. 

Leave us not to 60W alone ! 
Bid thine angels guard tbe furrows 

Where the precious grain is sown. 
Tiil tbefie'ds are crowaed with glory. 

Filled with yellow r.'ptned eirs — 
Filled with fruit and lif- eternal 

From thesteds wesowedin tear3. 

Check the fcr *ard thoughts and puslonB, 

Stay the hasty, heedless hands, 
Lest the gtnns of sin and sorrow 

Mar our fair and pleasant lands. 
Father, telp each weak endeavor, 

Make each faithful effjrt blest, 
Till Thine harvest shall be garnered, 

And we enter Into rest. 



Rldinc in tbe Storm. 

A correcpondent of the Examixke, writes 
us as follows: 

We left E lonEviUe, Audereon Valley, about 
7 o'clock, the Saturday morning preceding 
Cbristmas, in an open stage, bound for 
Cloverdale. 

It rained incessantly all night, go that the 
rivers and streams which the day previous 
were almost impassable were now swollen to 
perfect torrents, Tbe roads in many places 
bad been gullied cut from tbe rains, bo that 
now, to avoid some of the worst places, tbe 
driver took to the hills and drove through 
woods and fields. After swimming several 
stream?, when everything light In the body 
of the stage would float; driving over bills, 
going down which the wheels had to 
be locked and logs tied behind to 
keep! the wagon from running over tbe 
horses ; driving through mud and water with 
tbe rain beating in our faces, we at last 
reached Dry Creek, which we were told by 
the farmers was higher tban they bad ever 
known it before. We were persuaded, under 
peril of our lives, not to cross ; but tbe driver, 
J. P, Baldwin, who is ever to be commended 
for his excellent driving, Eaid he would under- 
take it. Nine times it bad to be crossed, and 
nine times it had to be swam. It was under- 
taken and crossed safely. It is not the most 
pleasant kind of riding in an open stage, 
with water underneath and overhead, the 
horses swimming and the wagon floating: 
but where and in what conveyance do we not 
have to run risks in traveling? 

Dry Creek crossed, our danger was over, 
and we rode on as before, with nothing worse 
than a thorongh wetting, and reached Clo- 
verdale in time to take tbe stage lor Healds- 
burg, where, before the kitchen range in the 
kitchen of the hotel, we dried ourselves as 
best we could. 



The £.nrarlea of .Life. 

The man vbo does not care what he eats, is 
not worth mochas a man. Tbe greiteat poets in 
the -world have glorified good living. The beet 
intellects io gan Fr&ncuco are nourished by the 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster omlettes and other del- 
icacies served under the aoie enpervisioD of the 
genial Wineot. and Charley Hocke, formerly of the 
Antelope acd Bay Oyster Saloon, at tbe fomoos 
Pacific Oysters Saloon, So. JUT Bash street aOJ? 
the Aihamhra. It is a faro me resort of epic-if^s 



Elegrint Preaenta for the Holidays. 

Economy is wealth. Hain A Pollard have gHl.fCO 
too much etock oo hand, hich mnet be sold dur- 
iag the Holioaj ee&son, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches. Chains. Jewelry nod Silverware 
at mannfactnrers' prices. Their old customers 
will please recollect that their new store is at No. 
T Kearny street. • f 

Fire Cap?, Fronts and Celts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wrxeos, 213 Drurrru 
street, between Clay and Washington. b 



Strenger, Stop: 

Gotoilr. Beubold, SIC Eufh street, if you 
waht boots mads in style ar d of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are thecbeapeet in the end. x 



I>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at "3$, at his 
Hygelan Hall, C37 California st., end examines 
patients phrenologically as to health. o. 



Mre. O. Cook, 

Firct Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
Btreet, Ban Francisco. x 

Go and See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shaber&Co.'e, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sole for cash lower 
t h an ever before in San Francifco. x 



X>v. Doherty 

Has devoted his 6tudy ;more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Omce 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leideadorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A Word to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant in the city 
Is the Delmonlco Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where flret-closg cooks and the best of every 
thing in the market are to be found. s 

Laales' "VlaUtinjr; Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwrzs, fashionable card writer, CO 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. z 

fil&ke Yourself at Home. 

You can maks yourself perfectly at home, in 
■The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
V. R. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
poeite Third. A cosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder all night, x 



Reformed Himself. 

Florence, the comedian, tells a capita 
story of a waiter at one of the London tav 
ems who was sadly given to drink. A p§rty 
of /onng men determined to reform him, 
and one day they read an imaElnary para- 
graph from a paper relating to a terrible 
accident, In which au Inebriate, on blowing 
oat a est die, was killed by Che flame? ig- 
nitiBg with tbe fames of his breath. Jerry 
pricked uphis ears at, this, ana requested 
mat that the paragraph might be read to 
him again, wbieh iv'-s done to the evident 
horror of the poor man, who immediately 
went in search of a prayer book. Return- 
witb this be expressed a desire to take a 
Bilemu oath upon it, bemoaned the fact 
that he had been a sorty tippler, and was 
bringing himaelf to rain, and then swore 
thatnever.again, so long as he lived, would 
he attempt to blow cut a candle ! 

Ease and Luxury, 

We overheard a lady say tb e otter day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
juet like what they ssnd you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carnages in the State. 
There is a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinery ctll6 and for tbe theatre and opera; the 
Landaus and splendid tix-se&t Kockaways for 
driveE on tne road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Boutin, or at tbe stabler, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. 

After tne JBella Union 

Comique and Glooe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way home Bhould go to 
the Terandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Kearny, kept for the last eleven ye are by 
Henry Schmidt. Rot a Cblnese-made cigar in 
the store, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost »p to the finsst imported Havanas, 
A fine stcck of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable lor 
presents dnrinjr the cjmiog holidays. Every- 
thing at prices to suit the times. 



But wo Sewing Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Scfixe, Agec t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 



Wht Aiie Bbown/s Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops 1 Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. 

a 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Ke arny. 
New York Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton 6treet, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctions very cheap. Bememuer the number.* 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards imerted in this Directory fin 
alphabetical order) for SI per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left oat f onr times a month.] 

Auctioneers 
J. Terry k Co., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine street. 

Book »(_• Her* and Stationer*. 
Hitchcock. Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 Sansome. 

BDalneaa College*. 
Heald's, Bryant A Stratton, 21 Post. 

Butcher*. 
Lumeden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter street side. 
WraV. Jacob, Stalls S asd 9. California Market. 
Katz, Fred, Sulla 94 to 100, California Market. 

Uraaa Found* rte". 
Weed £ Kingwell, California, 125 First st. 

CIsrur» und Tobacco [wholesale). 
Cohen it Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman. A. M., corner Sansome and Market, and 
Ei:ii and Market. 

Co thine (Retail). 
Magary A Co., (successors to H. M. Lock wood A 

Co.), 231 Kearny Btreet. 
What Cheer Store, 401 Kearcy street, cor. Pine.T 9 

Crocfeerv. Olnaavrare, etc. 
Dooglas P. A Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Cod Tectl oners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candle*, etc 
Mercer*?, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street. 

Decnloroanle Depot* 
Mre, Cotter, 7-1 Silver street, near TWrd. 

Employ merit Offices. 
O'Brien k Ward, corner Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Oo«ifa 
Locan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Salter, 

Hardware. 
R. F. Osborn ± Oo., 749 Market. 

Harnem and Bi>d<ll»>ry wholesale). 
Johnson, J. C. A Co.. 1"4 and 1(16 Front. 

(Ratail.) 
Van Court, John P., 561 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Freed , mTtr A ioventor, 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

II am an J9ulr. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Second street. 

Jewelry. 

Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelepiel, S. tf. ACo., (agents for United State 
Watch Oo.) 313 Boso. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker. W. A Hioz, 5 and 7 Salter, and 536 Market 

Mnalc and 31n<!cal Inatrauaeata. 
Cobeo Simon A Brother, 34 > Kearny. 
Handel Honse Masic Store.NewMontg'y.o'rHow'd 
Keene, C. O., mf tr. accordiaos, repairer of all kinds 
mosicar instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble TVorks, 
Daniel, John & Co., 421 Pine street. 

Maccaronl Manafaclarers. 
BrignardeDo, MacchiavelloA Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doace A Co., No. t«> California Market. 

Produce Commission Merchants. 
Mogan A Moran. corner Drnmm and Olay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale), 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

Sldlnie Academies. 
Lnsk'e, 737 Folaom street, bet. Third and Foorthf 

Restaurants. 
Philadelphia ReBtaurant. 408 Pine street. 

Sewlog Machines. 
Elliptic. 27 Soath Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wil&on, 427 Montgomery. 
WUIcoz A Gibbs, S. M. Co., D3 PostEt. 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street. 

Silvered Crystal Door Pla , 
George F. Falter, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stov.es and Tinware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pasder. 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Biokler, Caleb 1L, 420 and 922 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brether, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Sarpeom. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

'Wines and Liquors (wboleialt). 
DftBeri F. A Co., 504 Front. 



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The ioventor of this really wonderful TONIC, 
after a series of years and experiments, has suc- 
ceeded in bringmg before iho public all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

1 have carefolly tested and examined roar I X L 
Bitters, and red that tbey cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HOLLASD. 

Crry and County Hospital, San Francisco, 
June 20th, 1S71. — I bhiola judge that the I XL 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in Dyepep- 
eia, IndigestfbD, Lobs of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, and are of thecreatest efficiency 
in their enre.— F. H. HKGILB, M. D., Aas't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary C. A C. Hospital. 

State AS6atze - 6 Office, San Franci&co, July 
2lst, 1S71.-I have mtde a careful examination of 

four I X L Bitters, and have found them entirely 
ree of deleterious miner"' Uunarces.— Yours 
etc, ,zkkm< ■ State Assayer. 

Beware of Counterfeits ! None genuine 
without The Eizoature of Dr. Henley across the 
top ol each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

M. EPSTJEIN A CO., Sole Proprietors, 
auS tf SIB Front street, S. F. 




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10 2 1 



rpHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO' 8 
Second street, there are more perfect-fit tine 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail than in 
any other store in tbe city. Six years' experience 
in selling S TAP. SHIRTS has demonstrated that 

XH1 PJOdLg IIHE XH3MI 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second street. 

jyWlm * BKNEDIOT A OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

X.E. cor. Jackson and Kearny ate. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAINTS, lorineTiy of Lock Hospital, 
London, nine ye»rR in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in Sun Francisco. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRAOTICE. After devoting 40 years of his 
life to professional practice, and the sutcesKfnl 
treatment of those' CHRONIC DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, be deter- 
mined to retire from hiB profession, aud devote 
the remainder of bis days to qniet-life enjoy- 
rre't; bo- the constant applications from the 
Hufferiag everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumph?. Lack Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and inform bim- 
telf of all the new ueihcds of treatment in their 
celebrated institution, ard then give a few more 
years of bis life ho tbe alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He is assin located at bis old office, cor- 
ner JackBon und Kearny streets, where for 10 years 
previous hiB practice ;.s a SPECIALIST resulted 
in tbe cure of all cases brought under hia care. 
Tbe Doctor's motto is "honorable and successful 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

I) IX. (HAS. IE. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets, 
del? tf Sau Francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 



DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON-^ 
derf ul Fortune Teller in t be world, caD , 



be found at $o. 83.*» Pacific street, between * 
Stoc&ton and Powell. He usee all kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spoils, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stoles, or run away, and 
cures drunkards from 'drinking. He will give love 
and lack to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
aud se>e him. >;13 lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOUS FLATOK. 

WILL KEEP ONE TEAB. IF YOD WANT 
tbe seed, bay one. Prioe. Sl.OO. For sale 
by GEORGE HUGHES, al» and 315 Wasbing- 
ton street. de20 2fr 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

Mo. a*7 KEABNY STREET, 
adjootng the Weed Szvtikq Machike Stoee. 

GFJJTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and tits guaranteed. Our reputation for 
makiiig PEKFECT-FITTI N6 HHIBT8 

to order is well known. Gents' Furnisbine Goods 
at the lowest rate. jy23 xi 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES, 
Gornecopia?, Candy Toys, and everything for 
the Little Folks, at Mercer's Pionfeer < andy Man- 
ufactories, 516 Kearny street, and 127 Second 
street. Country orders tilled to any extent, de" t 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, 737 Folaom st., 
bet. Third and Fourth. 

del5 tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OT CALIFORNIA, ^33^ ^sll 
Market street, between Third aoo #T > ^* B *H 
Fourth, Saa Francisco- Manufacturer j£>s£___-/' 

of the beat kinds of TRUSSES AND* 3 ^ 

SUPPORTERS. »»* All articles in tbisline con- 
stantly en hand, aud repair* made at treasonable 
prioes. d*22 lm 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



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LiSON BAMWBLIjB 
MAOOIE KNIOUT 
THlt I JANUARY B 



annette ince THE LADY OF LYONS 



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•9-ttOIUOW IVJXISn- 

A» YOU LIKE IT. 

IATTJBDAY. il JaV 

A ORAKD MATINEE. 

A.bI-i.. I. all anarta „r m, ,,„.., ...n a |f p r |„ 
I* AUTTVK PRaPARATlOY- 



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RID 33. 



Miss Henrietta Osborn as Pauline 



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COU DTTAIAI 



r CHAbACTIM: 

E XaXSOTTT MR. t T. STrrcox 

B kaaaa D^ln»» J I! Vir,«..D 

Mo... BHam* 1 Harry Ooltoa 



Willi* S.DII 

Otorg. niocklav 

X. Jtiry Crowall 

J. U. McCain 



OUT. 

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Alcoa DwcBaBpcU*. 

Laadl rd 

Tlimt va-tr John afagtilra, 

Qinalil Offlsat.. Orillla Wllion 

TDlrtOBcn I. Mil 

N.tarj- Fr*d Willi, mi 

PACLtSE XI39 aEBBinTA 09B0BN 

Dschaaa of York Mrf. Frank Rea 

Widow atalnotl* Finny Uink. 

Marlon Mia* Ada Learon 




IS ACTIVE PREPARATION T^E RED POCKET BOOK. 

GRAND PERFORMANCE EVERY SUNDAY EVENING. 

■GTTfae Piino UB?d Id thin Theatre la from Sherman tt Hyde's, corner Kearny and Batter streets. 

l»r..». Circle and Orchestra SI OO I ©.tilery £5 Cento 

Purtitiet .-,.» | aSr-No extra charge for Reserved Seats. 

*W Can trill l-.-ave the Theatre for the Mission and North Beach every night at the close of the performance. 











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Don Jato 

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Dan (•aimko Ubt Suiuii... 

Old WowiAO 

Peoaante . 



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, l-»«o Kin. -.Ha 
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Orartara— at U o'clock Ortbaalrt 



OKI AT Ul.OHF. AVT....SLX .- I N tl ,. I Hit 1 I l\ 



ACTOR'S STUDIO. 

Kalljr Thotait»o« 



I v i> I. it. G&XtUT I>U H _Ej"7jijf 

OABRIE ARMSTRi.S'r. » n .l .!. II l,ABI\„r 

New I ..ml. Hobb 



To cocclodawith iho Local Fairj E»'A«» f(<fi0/4 » D titlad 

The Nymphs of ihe Hill 

DaatyOlddl-r-afaatyoo'.o Clara Stair 

Pettit Plarap-'"»cop r ;-DJon..., Mai K.Ht 

Mortoch McKaj-a .ollow*r of Mr». Ptp U.rrjr Thompaoh 

Hucltleberrj— a c <D tn*\>aDd Lou McCarthy 

rrriLs ok ku pip. 

Yom1. T.l.ir. J, H. Larkln I Billy Jaohfna Tommy Rra» 

Jewtny Joo»a... (). Matbfcws I Harry linens L. Mamwelli 

Ex^.-'utioaer J R.Tajtor 

NU..HTSHADK-A Derormed Dwarf KD. MOXTAt.UE 

Id ex, a rabellioaa Fairy MiddIo Fillmore 

Mra. Pfllican Tip, a Schoplmnrm Unrrie <Jba[>roaa 

Floweretu, Qneen of the Nymr>h» , Marie Ziel 

NTMPHa CF TBE UltL. 

Hvaoinlh Carrie Armatroiig I Morn mi t. Glory.. Fan Oarrtf iod 

VioMta Miaa Jesepalne [ Naofl >wer , Eotremo Oerralt* 

Oamelia Mukrio Brewer I ilonejbuckle May Leroy 



TT1VIOIV 
LNSLKAXCE COMPANY. 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



the AMKssur.xr waica WAM 

lw,f - **r *hta Cetanpony to provliV for 
!-•«■. fnrtarrfd h> the KRFAT «-HI- 
CAOOPIRi:, bit* now l.ron ,, n |,j | n f n u, 
FOl R IIIMIRIII AND I'illV 
TH01NAND IIOM.Uts hnT( . b^p,, rv . 
BBltlrd for ii-lll.m^nl of Chlrn e > loaoe*, 
which tin it been ..diluted promptly and 
paid II III. I, lit MIX DOLLAR. 

It I. (ha policy of thlx Com puny to 
■Beet Mil of Ma ObUgaMaraU IIOVORA- 
II I. t, and it Mlldta lta« pm r.inime of 
the paltlle who dcilrc to lauare. vrhcTC 
Iheyenn obtiiln NOLIU NF.CCKIT Ylauaal 
FAIK DBALIKO. 



PaiHClPAL okfici: 

416 and 418 California street 



aFXaaTaB 



CASSIMERE 



BUSINESS 

8UITS, 



$30! $30! 



PUSTOMKHS AFiE NOT ALLOWED TO 

UHMSTER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 



opp. agbitnlre'. Operi* Boqke. [In 




OV.TATF. Ton II A KD Pmldenl 

*'• ° kitti.i: vice Pr..i«jciii 

< II Vltl.KS II. || A VK\ 

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^'OTTJNTID ! 

rjCTRIMO LAST WESK, A PLAOE WHERE 
.11 Drink, ar. AOc, and of tho best quality ; 
Mao, tbe plao. to «,t tha bait Hot Soolob Ponoh, 
Tom and J.rrr. or mlxad drink.. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

...-1ITHI.... 

IS MORTON STREET id.., K..ro,|. 
d.lltl PELIMAn A IIRIGUS. 



THEATHZ ROTIS8JERIE, 
X*. XYnpont at., one door aoath of Alnak. 

A ^/-S X. MAKOUAND LATE OX THB 
l°FX^JJdr"RoUM.ria BMtanrant" of Lbt Union 

^BSP^ oiab Propriator. — Tba TablM prorl 
d»d with all thi Dalloaola. of th. aaaaoa. 

a»-07BTHHJ» U» EVERY STYLE, tnltat 

JOHW E. I.UMSDEW,"" - ' 

WI.%52i LR A»" RETAIL 
TTBOTOHKRS. aad d.al.r. In 

i O^D^LVA'RkST ,1 (S , »?i.'r 




SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) 
....AT the 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

de7] Cor. Pint and Stnckton at.. [1m 



Prize Ball and Entertainment 



FITZGIBBON'S DANCING SCHOOL 

CHARTER OAK HALL, 
?00 Uurkct at., hct. Tlilril and Fourth, 



FRIDAY 



..JAUTAIY 18, 1818 



FURNITURE JilVEN AWAY 

|J"aVINO DETERMINED TO, 
■*■ oloa* oat oar Rotail btora i.nd 
cnoiioa oanelvea lo MANUFAC- 
TURING EXCLUSIVKLY, we will 
■•11 oar immense and Bna atook of 

Furniture and Bedding 

At St? p«.< Cent JLeaa thi.n Coat! 

Now Is Your Time for Bargains 

■t»-Fi ve years' Leaae and Ftxtares for sale. 

No, 638 Market atrect, 

d»l 9 'j*l Next to Swain'- Reatanrant. 



filled. r*ood> 

no!7 ml 




DELINQUENT 

Personal Property Taxes 

JjUVE PER CENT. MOKE WILL BE ADDED 
on all Penonal Property Taxes remaining un- 
paid on &od after January lat, 1STJ. 
d'Sfitd A. AUSTIN. Tax Colleotor. 



ON WHICH OCCASION A WATOU S3k 
ard Chain aad a Golil Hies nil] hp 5£\ 
awarded to the bent Roond Dttacers— tbe/'i l 'ft 
Watch to the Gentleman und ihe KtoK ui^-t» 
the Lady. 'The judge. 10 bu chosea fiocn the aa 
diencp. Entry lor the Priz«= v l,00. Pri;-,^ li B r, 
ut the Parlor Cigiur Store, 720 Slarket street. 

TICKETS FIFTY CENTS 

Dancing to commence tit '> o'clock, 



jit td I 



PROF. ENGLISH. Maeagor. 



Dr.Zeile's New Russian .Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 

No. 528 l*ii. ill. atrect. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of the kind, either in Europe or 
Atnorica. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bulbing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicate-) Water?. Suites of rooms in tbe mme 
budding for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Bale 



BOOTS I 
BOOTS ! 



SHOES! 
SHOES! 



No Inn 'a where 

(7 0! 



. 3 no 
. a 55 
. 2 50 
. 1 75 
. 1 50 
1 7S 
. 2 00 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND-A SPLENDID As- 
sortment; alan, Silverware and Suec- 
tuolos, Belling nt ;j,u per cent, less than 
any other house. Call before purchasing _ 
elsewhere. Every article is warranted. W 
cleaned and repaired. a»d warranted /r>r two years, 
ai the lowest "res. Call nt II. M. LKW'S'S, OJ... 
CLAY S TREKT, first J-welry Store below Kearny 
street. Established in 1948, de4 lm 



MME*. CARTER OLAIUVOV 
ANT, No. 4 John stieet, one 
door from Powell, bet. Pacific aod 
Mason, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can be uonsnlted 
on Lawsuits and tbe various rela- 
tione of life. Tbe Madame can be 
consulted by letter or lock of bair. 




H 



MADAME LEROY 



HOLIDAY PRESETS TS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTEP PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Fine Gold-mounted EVE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at wholesale 

Sricee, ranging irojn «J]0 fl'i.50. flS, Good Plaio 
pera Glasses sold from $5, 96, $7 jjo, 

C. HIJLLER, Optician, 

JSOfi Jxfontaoiuery «(recl, 
del2 Rats Houve Block. San Frano 



FOR THIKTT DAYS ONLY, 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THrTM- 
eelves of this nppn'tnoity, and purchase their 
stock of Buu'i'i and atlOKS lor the rainy season. 
At Else- 
LADIES' WEAR. 

French Kid Botton Boots 

French Kid Hcollop-top Boots. .. , 
Freaaii Fwi Huuod Boot>. only.,... 
French Calf Dress lioopti, high cut, 
Henvv Kid Boots for Winter wear.. 
Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmorals.. 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 

Kid Fox Double Sole llalmorals. ... 

Estra, High Cut Ciilf Boots, only 

English Lasting Galtere, Double Sole. 1 78 
Kid Sltiuiers, $1; bins French Kid.... I -SO 

M Uses' Kid Button Boots 2 50 

Missed li'ble Sole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 7» 

Missee' Double Sole Calf Shoes 1 .'id 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only i 85 

Children's Best Double Button Boots. 1 75 
Children's Mewed Top PebblB Coat.... I 25 
Children's Copper-Toe, 75;.; Screwed 

Calf 100 

Infants' Shoe*. 15a, 25c, Wo. and "s 

Gents' French OaJf Hund-Sewed Uue- 

tom-made Boots 

GontB' French Screwed Boots ... 

Gents' Tap Soli- screwud Boots 

Gente' Oslf Pegged Bools, only 

Gents' Kip Booths, 92. 92 W and 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots,... 
Cents' Congress Gaiters, $1 and 91 50; 

Sewed 2 00 

Gents' Rubber Bc-to, only 4 00 

Genta' French Screwed Gaitere 3 50 

Gents' Brogsns. $1 25, fl 50; tcrewed. 2 uO 

Geats' Sorewed Oxford Tins 2 UO 

Boys' screwed Shoes, 91 50; Oxf'd Ties I 75 
Thousandth of other Bargain! at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No*. 11 and 83 Third atreet. 

■SrDoo't forget the place, flret Shoe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. de23 tf 




F. PYAT'S 



HAIR 



6rORE, 
■121 Kenrtiy utreet.'J 



WHOLESALE AND RETAVL.. 
d*N, B.— Wiga b'red for Tbeatrioal pcrpoiec • 
and Masquerade Balls. do* let, 



QUINCY HALL 

Clotluufy Einpoiitiiii:, 
C47 aud 510 Washington at*-eet, 

SAN FRANGISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DK80RIPTrONS-i 
inude ot t be lio-t. ii)nt,iri«l»and tit.teii " 
as if made u order, at Diices rangiog I 
from _ 

Slf5 to SS-irs. 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks. Vdliees. Truvelini; UatOhwa, cti:., . . 
at the lowaBt prices. »v~Oall and be convinced. 
P. f. MOHUMAttDr. [de4 lm] T. o. BltTt, 



3 sals 



PIANOS! ^^ PIANOS! 

A LAEGE ASbORiMKNT OF 

Grands and XJprig-lits, 

A. BORD, Parts, just rooeived, 

FKOU S20O TO S80U IIP WARDS, 

ALL WARRANTED, 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, noar Howard. 
Also, a lerge nssortinent of Sheet Musio, Munioa 
In»truinent^, Fancy t.ooda, eto. del5 tjal 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORIfEY A.T i.A."W 

(Avoeat FrBrjjjiilB,) 
Xo. ea^WniniArton Street , Room IV, 

ap26 (B et, Wtutfcirfrjaiid Kesrxj). 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Pari.ian Lfidiea' Underwear. FRENCH COR- 
SETS of all prices and qualities, ready mad" and 
to order, No, 631 SACRAMENTO SThEBT, 
below Kearny. jal lm 




: 



... 









) GET A REA^Y^!a^1UNABLe!pe1u 
fectly-fitting Coat bmlt. a Gentleman sbonld' 



LIESENFELD, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
liard Tables, 571 MARKET 
STREET, below Seoond, San 
Francisco. Sole Agent for Phe- 
1*0 A Collunder-e Pnteat Billiard Table* and New 
Improved fiorek* Wira Otuhioni, Patented Maj 
2d, 1871. ^sA, ISM, ,„ iS _ . de5lm 



goto G. B. DAVIS, Fashionable Tailor, AOT 



Kearuy street, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO* 
a)' tbe affair* of life be sure and consult..' 
PROFESSOR DAHM. the most popular of * 
Attrologers, at No. 0*1 California atr*«t, s 
Kearnj. KB cot 



abOT* 



- lag AOMpt 8^ai*j\ cv 
F. S O Q- -A. DR r> TT S 

— IT— 

32 Jtsrcn&Bt St. *ad 536 WaaninffXoo 81 

KsEow Moateomsry BUcl 



TUESDAY JANUARY 9, 1872 



M.Af.0 ON THE CAU. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

FlfiAKO Is It.ornuiBlj- distributed «»• 

er day on the cun of the Cullfarnlu P«- 

C lfle BtULruad. leaving MarriTlilc for 

o and Bun Francisco at 1 o'clock 

P. M. 



FIBARO ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

•OO " Flguros" urc distributed on the 

Oakland Ferry boats every auTternoon, 

m »stly uuiing the pntKBiert arriving bj 

u» great Overland Train. 

FIBARO ON THE VAtlEJO BOAT. 

IOO " Figaro •" are distributed every 
da; among the puicnfen en the Steamrr 
Capitol, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to tui» city. 



Big; Enoaffh.. 

The Boston correspondent of the New 
Y»rk Season sayd: 

■Wilcox & Co., hare built a beautiful little 
organ fer a private residence, of which I 
win shortly give your readers a description 

We have seen mauy an organ that was 
big enough fer a private residence. 



Tempting. 

A. a exchange siya: 'Cream-colored cats are 
in great demand for stylish home circles. " 
Where they are introduced other cats must 
be turned oat as it is only natural that they 
would be tempted to "lick" cream colored 
cata. 

Paltry Excnie. 

A newspaper propriator being urged to 
get a new dress, (new type) for his paper, 
replied: "Pshaw what's the good of buying 
a new dress in such weather as this ? I'll 
wait till it stops raining." 



A Grammatical Point. 

Grammarians have decided that the term 
house-breakiBg should not take a hyphen, as 
it is obviously wrong to compound a felony 
We regard this ruling as mere "hyphen- 
11 tin." 



High Art. 

Those painters who excel in the deline- 
ation of semi-nude female figures are now 
called "limbners." 



Natural. 

Oar youngest reading a newspaper arti- 
cle the other day, asked 'Pa, what's physi- 
cal education? Doesn't it mean spanking?" 



So Sad : 

'-The iron" that "enters into his soul*' has 
been extracted and found to be a sad-iron- 



Con. 

What ale is like the Grand Duke ? Ale X 
is. 



Plckey's Creme de Lrls 

Is equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effects. Every bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. h 

European Music. 

The largest assortment in the United State* 
outside of. New fork. Musical Iadtruments 
Photographs of Composer*, busts, etc., etc., at 
Schuberlh's music store, 613 Clay street. Agents 
for the SteCk Piasos. i 



The verr finest Photographs to be had only 
at Selleck & Fisseb's. 115 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. -* 

Reduced -Prices*. 

Oueriu k Sou, prize boot and shoe makers, 
317 and 323 Ba&h street. Must sell $35,600 
worth of boots and shoes within CO da;s. Call 
and examine our stock. x 



Washing Returned in One Day 
and we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry, 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corville, of the 
6*ddle Rock, 110 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy?«ers to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whicn 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Rock" is known everywhere. q 



A Pleasant Locution. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv One one and Is wel 
lighted and ventilated. 



Club House Sausages, 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi. 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. p 



Dr. Bourne's Electric Baths, 

Established in l^i3, now conducted by Dr. Mc- 
bparwc, are recommended by all physicians as tee 
beat medicinal baths on lie Coast. 10 Post ture-u, 
Masonic remote. • 

Make Your- Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pieisant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Kollmtee, dealer 
In pictures, ana 'Thirror and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington street. Just below 
-eamy.wiil, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form tho dullest looking room into a bright, 
cL^rtul budoir. a 



Dmlor the Occidental Hotel, 

112 M ornery stttet, at the store of Ander- 
son & Ri—olpb, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
silverware, etc.. ot The latest styles, finest quel- 
1 ty, and at the lowest -> z 

To the Unfoyuate. 

Dr. Gibrr-c's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, oorxer of Commercial. San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablishedin 18*4, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will mafce 
recharge uulessTie electa a cure, 



To* Mlifortanc* of a Solicitor. 

St. M.vsy'6 HospniL, San Francisco, ) 
January 81b, 1872. ) 

Deab Figjlbo :— I humbly beg that you 
will afford me space in your colamos to 
make known what I think you will consider 
a very hard case. 

The case is my own. 

I came te California about three weeki ago 
from the city of Utica, State of New York, 
where I was engaged as ribbon clerk in one 
of the largest retail stores. 

Anxious to get into work at once, I made 
a point of reading all the advertisements in 
the San Francisco papers, and answering all 
which seemed to offer employment suitable 
to one of my abilities. 

List week the following advertisement in 
one of the morning papers attracted my 
attdntion : 

GREAT CHANCE: 

AN ACTIVE AND INTELLIGENT YOUNG 
man of good *ddr*as eao get employment 
whicn will brine from $:'.>» to $3.0 * moa'b. by *d- 
rtisiailiia T V. Z.at tbU office. N. B— Mast bs a 
good talker. 

I had answered similar advertisements 
before, and in most cases found that I was 
required to loan my would-be employers 
from $1,000 to 520.000. However, I ans- 
wered this one, and was directed to call on 
Messrs. Cleavem A Freelove, attorneys at 
law. 

I did so, and was informed by Mr. Cleav- 
em. a pale, spotty-faced young man, that the 
employment offered was that of ''divorce 
solicitor." 

" While we have a good criminal connec- 
tion," said he, "our chief business is di- 
vorce, and iher. is so much competition in 
this line that we have determined to employ 
a solicitor. Your best way," he continued, 
"will be to divide the city oat in sections, 
and canvass each section separately." 

"I do not exactly understand," I seid. 
" How am I to know who require diverces ?" 

"That's just it," replied Mr. Cleavem; 
" ho» are yon to know without askiog? 
Tan must enquire. I will give yon an idea 
of how yon are to proceed. Yon call at a 
house some time in the afternoon, after all 
the household work is finished ; probably a 
woman will come to the door. If a man an- 
swers your knock, you ask if Mr. Tompkins 
lives there, excuse yourself and leave. If, 
as I say will probably be the case, a woman 
comes, yoH ask her if her husband is at 
home. If, as again is likely to be the oase, 
he is not, yon begin to broach the subject of 
your visit delicately. You must be guided 
by circumstances, but in a great many cases 
it would be safe to sigh, look at her compas- 
sionately, and ssy, 'he's out a good deal, 
isn't he ?' Then if you receive the slightest 
encouragement, as in most oases job will, 
you canj delicately — ^ery delicately — intro- 
duce your bnsineBS, and explain that we 
procure divorces for S30, and even less where 
the poor, ill-used wife has bmt little money 
and our sympathies are aroused. Do yon 
see?" 

"Yes," I replied, but it seems to me that 
this is altogether too delicate a business. Di- 
vorce is a delicate thing to talk of." 

"Not at all, if you do it neatly. I 
am sure a man of yonr evident intelli- 
gence will And many ways to iDtro- 
duoe tho subject so as net to offend. Ton 
need have no scruples in engaging in this 
business ; it iB strictly honorable. You will 
use your own judgment as to whether a di- 
verce is advisable and if it would be proffer 
the services of Cleavem «t Free love, and pre- 
vent the parties falling in the hands of un- 
scrupulous harpies who will rob her of every 
every centshe possesses. In many cases 
you will be able to heal the breach existing 
between man and wife by urging forbear- 
ance and long suffering, but. in cases where 
forbearance has ceased to be a virtue and 
the chsin has proved to be too galling, to be 
borne, you can advise an immediate applica- 
tion to Cleavem & Freelove." 

By these specious arguments my scru- 
ples were removed and I entered on my 
new employment with the understanding 
that I was to receive 25 per cent, of all 
counsel fees. I commenced operations the 
following day. I called at a house on Min- 
na street*- (For the purpose of giving my- 
self a business-like, legal appearance I car- 
ried in my hand a law book borrowed from 
the office of Cleavem & Freelove. J Avery 
masonline-looking Irishwoman came to the 
door followed by six children. She had no 
sooner caught sight of me than she cried 
witnout giving me a chance to apeak: 

"Tothedivil wid ye and your subscrip- 
tion books. I don't want any," and then 
she slammed the door in my face. 

At the next boose a very pretty-looking 
young woman came to the door with a baby 
of some sis months old in her arms. I 
thought it would be useless to talk to a wo- 
man about divorce before her first baby was 
weaned, so I asked if Mr. Tompkins lived 
there and having received a negative an- 
swer left. Altogether the lesult of my 
prospecting tour in Minna etreet was most 
unsatisfactory. AH the women there had 
children and a great number were Catholics, 
who, as you are aware, do not believe in the 
ability of the law to absolve from the vows 
imposed by the church. One very merry- 
looking Irishwoman, who looked very little 
as if she were a victim te ill-usage at her 
husband's hands, declared "that it was a 
shame so it was that a woman should have 
to work like a slave and her husband should 
get drunk as a baste every Saturday night if 
not oftener." 

I assured her that habitual intemperance 
was sufficient cause for a divorce. Then she 
told me to call asain next day. I noticed 
that as I left she rapidly called together a 
number of her neighbors and seemed to be 



pointing me oat to them. I thought that 
she was advertising my business, and con- 
sidering I had done enough for one dty, I 
went homo. 

The next day I called upon my client. 
Her husband was at home. 

I would have retired, but he and about a 
dozen men, who all looked like married 
men, pievented me. 

The surgeon of the hospital, who is very 
kind and attentive, says my right arm is 
dislocated, my face is covered with bruises, 
and I have several wounds of the scalp. He 
promises that I shall be able to go out is 
three weeks. 

I am yours roapeotfolly, 

Luke Wabbek. 



A L1f« Saved 

Don Piatt tell3 the following story : "A 
Sunday School superintendent out in Alsaka 
treated bis entire charge to a sleigh ride, 
There were just 41 of the cherubs and a six 
horse sleigh. On the wsy home they were 
beset by a pack of ferocious wolves. Cool 
and collected in that hour of fearful trial, 
the heroic superintendent saw at a glance 
that he must be overtaken. In an instant 
his quick mind seized ttn only chance of es- 
cape. Seizing the child that always snng "I 
want to be an angel!" two notes too high, 
he flung it at the rapacious horde. It stayed 
their onward rush for a moment. Next 
came the little boy who never brought aDy 
pennies to the heathen. And so on swept 
the pursued and pursuers until the last in- 
fant was exhausted. But the brave fellow 
had economized his material nobly, and, be- 
sides a whole Sunday school slows off a pack 
of wolves perceptibly. We have always no- 
ticed thiB. In another moment the sleigh 
dashed into the village, and the grand, no- 
ble, true hearted man knew he was saved ! 



A Prophesy Partly Fulfilled. 
This year Christmas came on Monday. 

The old poetical prophepy says : 
If Christmas Da; on Monday be, 
A great winter that year you'll ser , 
And full of wind both loud and Bhrill ; 
But in the summer, truth to tell. 
Stern winds shall there be, and strong, 
Full of tempests and lasting long; 
While battles they shall multiply, 
And great plenty of beasts shall die ; 
He shall be f Jund that stealeth aught, 
Though thou be Blck thou diest not. 



A Child of Nature. 

Some girls will never learn to restrain the 
natural impulses of their nature. A minis- 
ter was baptising a girl at Ripon, Wis., and 
when he had submerged her, and came out 
of the water, he asked her how she felt in 
mind. Her answer was, "All hunkey, only 
a little wet." 



Positively 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jewelbt, at 
806 Market street, are being sold dally at net 
cost. The stock will be closed out. p 



The Newest. Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sanaome streets, on the way 
o the post-office, la aeent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



Mast Hare Something. 

The Amador Ledger has the following 
story: 

A friend who was in Sacramento before 
the appointment of attaches of the Senate, 
recites to us the following: "Passing the 
Golden Eagle, where Democrats mostly do 
congregate, he saw oar portly and benevo- 
lent Senator and President pro tern upon the 
sidewalk, with a burly San Francisco hood- 
lum, holding him by the coat collar with 
one hand, and gesticulating rapidly with the 
other; seeing that our Senator was terribly 
bored, our friend stepp d up to relieve him, 
shook hands, and asked for a private conver- 
sation on business, whereupon the burly 
hoodlum took a firmer grip upon the Sena- 
tor's collar and said: "Mr. Pro tern, Prisi- 
dint I mane, yees must not lave antil ye say 
the boy shall be appointed; he, 3 a good boy, 
and worked hard for the parthy, an' he's 
poor; he has spint his time an' money for 
the partby, an' his father's dead. On el*c- 
tiondays, he has gone into the cellars and 
under the wharves to rally the Democracy, 
an* bis mither's a widdy. He's had more 
nor a hundred fights and lias carried a torch 
in ivery Democratic precession for the last 
tin years and the poor boy's an orphan; and 
if yees can't give him a place in the Senate, 
you must do something for him by spe- 
oial legislation or the Democratic parthy in 
the Tenth Ward will go to the divill". 



OOO fairs or Socks, 

At all prices, it the What Cheer Laundry. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqaarzs's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present. Tbe egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded wit grsat skill. Ilia 
famous ejropoBinm U at 20 Liedeedorff, and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worlbv successor. c 

For the very best phographB go to Bradley & 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. • 

H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission St. Jewelry of all kinds for sale, 
made to order end repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. e 



If Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



A New Tiling In Oysters. 

Joe Oiusts, 105 California Market, frontine 
on Summer street, Berves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at ai»y hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giustl's fresh opened oysters to eat on 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Oases, etc., of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present Yon will find a large 
stock of it at A. Hirsahman's Jewelry btore, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter and Post. Q 



Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cub 
omers. Call and see them. 827 and 329 Bush 
street. eh 



Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 

Tbe Pfe-w Eemedy. 

For restoring the hair and cleansing tbe ecalpr 
nse Kinkead's sage-brush hair tonic and cure fo 
baldr-eee. It will check tbe hair from falling out 
To be had of the agent. Jas. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Kinkead, ElKo Nov., is 
on each wrapper. k 

fXew J^urn lei tans Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Obeer Laundry, 

Tne Styllsn Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street is called '* The" Hai Sioee 
is because, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Goto "The" Hat Stoue, 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Eearny), 
and eiamine tbe large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. K 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name ol Orton'e, Burton 'b,' 
and other similar sonnding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Tdfee only Hortou's. See that the name 
of Hue ti Schmidt, 535 Commercial st„ is on ibe 
wrapper. Hno & Schmidt, Successors to P. t, 
BaiUy, Agents. R 

Rents Collected 

By the Beal Estate associates, 408 Kont. 
gomery street, above California. s 



Beet Quality or Doeskin. 

Driving gloves, at f 2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

Hc-ase, Sign ana Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E H 
Gadsby, 535 Market, near Second. u 



Artlllckvl Limbs, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, : San 
■n&eifioo, z 



San SkAKCZBOO Stall.— Nos. GO and €1 Cali. 
fornia Market, sell fine moats at cash less than 
any other place in the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Coldi 

And all similar inflictions speedily and sorely 
cured at Dr.. Boun«*s Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
Street. Masonic Temple. g 

For Washing 

Shirts, $1 50 perdoz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
dor. At the What Cheer Laundry. • 

Watches. " 

The finest assortment ol Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale In this city Is 
offered by J. W. Tcckxb & Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz. Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise; 
Onyi, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, etc., all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest prices, 



It Is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.x, returned the same evening if de- 
sired, x 



Don't wait, but go before the rut-h to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George HauB & 
Co's, No. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
snpply in tbe city. n 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

f A 9 THIRD STRfcET. NEAH 

l^xOHowaTd. Three square Fren. h 

Di=hoe. 25 cents. ThB Cheape-t ant' 

Best Restaurant in tbe city. Partie:. „ 

rooming in the neighbornood will * 

find thU houso comfortabla and Quiet- ]a8 In 



£. PARDINI, 

NO. 729 WASHINGTON STREET, 
(above tbe Piaza). San Francisco. 
Boots and Shoes made to order in tbe 
best French style. Tbe same r<*ady-made 
always on hand. no28 3m 



A, POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 



OLD ESTABLISHED, AXD DOING A _ 
business, as tne oootis will show. Reasoupr 
selling, toe prpDrietor has other engiKemenu that 
he has to fulnl. 



;m,i.( 



Spectacles 'my Specialty! 



O. MTJXjXjEH., 

OPTICIAN, 

SOS Montgomery Street, Bum Block. 

jn23 tf San Francisco. 



REM:oyA.iJ. 

ft 1 O Clf\(\ T0 ANY PERSON 
© IVi.UUU able to equal M.ME ., 
SCHWORER, Professor of Great 

MyaterieB. She cares sickness after 

recovery is bopeless, and Rives cor-' 

rect information on all aO"sir= of life. 

Prof. S. has invaluable Talismans for 

love, cood luck, and also seeing yonr "intenaed. 

Fee. ?1 and upward. Office. No. 823 Washington 

asreet, between Btoelttoo. and Jiupont. below the 

Church, for a snor time only. ja4 tf 





»^z; SRYANT & STRATT0N -7=* 1 

BUSINESS COLLEGE^ 

— 24P0STS11, — ' J 
SAN FR AH ClSCOf 

THE LARGEST AND TEE BEST BUSINESS 
COLLEGE en the Ooast. It educates thor- 
oughly for Business. Persons of both sexes and 
of all ages admitted. Preparatory Departments 
for those not fl ted for business Course. Over 29) 
pnpils now in attendance. Students can com- 
mence at i.d ;, t r< e. The public are i> vited to visit 
this College. Catalogues sent r.y addrpssinr 
E. f. 11EALD. 
President Business College, 
dell t f San Francisco. 

CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT 

X TV! OS. 61 0, At « AND »-14M0NT- 

&*J^t gomery street, near Merchant.— 
$ .Ladies' Saloon connected with the R*i- 
I taur&nt. 
JD 13111 ol Fare. 

ce Crenm or Cofle* FBEF, to 
uny |i«r«ou SpeudlDK £5c. 

Seup, with Ftab or Rroasta l.^c i 

TWO Kjtith ISc 

Three fftea ZOc 

Smelts or Salmon, with OobTee l&o 

Steaks or Onops. with Tea or Coffee. . .15o 

Sirloin Steak, do J<Jc 

FrCib Oyatfra, Raw or Stewed iSc 

Fc'tloof White Wine life 

Bottle cf Claret Wine or Beer 15o 

J'ies. Pudding or Oalce 5c 

Oat Meal. Mash er U racked Wheat tc ' 

Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret "Wine 6o 

del-tf JOHN REGAN. ProprittorT 

THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA UCNS I 

APPETIZING BEEAKFASTS, IUNCHM, 

DINNERS AND SUPPERS. 

EBIVO TOTB WIFE! 

BBIKG TOTK FAMILY! 

BRUli TOl'E Lilt rRlJ'.NDS: 

And enjoy a view of the FINEST OCEAN PAK0 

KAMA IK THE WORlJD. all in sight ot 

the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet of white-winged messengers eoterinf 
from every part of the commercial world. 

«6»-Kew LiD© Bnaees, connecting with Street 
Oars ai Lone Mountain every 15 minutes hereafter 
for the OIlS Honte. Fare 2o cents. 

J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta, ' 

— Terrapin constantly on band. 
Oysters In every style. PRIVATE 
.SUPPER ROOMS FOB PARTIES. 
mh311m 

TOW'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Fine Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Stews 

WEBJfESDATS and FRIDAY* I 

Familiea and Part job anpplied to order. nois 

GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS. CLAMS 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH, i 
StallaNos. 4©, 41. 4S, California" 
Marker, entrance on California street. ^-^ 

Public or private parties and familiea supplied i 
from 6 A.M. to 12 p. m. Ladies' and Gentlemen'* 
Oyster Room open f rom fi a.m. to 12 p.m. del3 2w 

SOD! AND SELTZER WATER! 

T1S Broadway, 




PRICES 
REDUCED 



The Steam Soda 
Works have re- 
laced the price 
from SI SO to 

50c. per Doz. 




AMERICAN & COS 

GOlffilNATIOX OS 



CUNDURANCO 



-TZit- 

GREATEST BLOOCPTOITIEE KNOWN 

EX3IOBSEH BY VIC-JD-PRESIDEJfT 
Coltax nn.l U O.-r::.. <\ i;,,rh;un. A fi»- 

claccurel -.n .lmi.i:. si'luiriXA.svrmi.ls. 

■fTl-M „,.,] !NEri!ALGI.\. I i 

•KIN PTSKASES. etc. price, •: 

:. 

' KEDINGTOS.'HUSTETTER « C 

Agents, San Pre 




3V©-\*7- Seeds 



T L ^T DECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NEW 
^ Alfalfa Oiover Seed. Hyucioth Glaeata, DuWB 
££™v etc £; , Mi* J ' 8 on &acd, a fine assortment of 
SEEDS. BOTES, PLANTS, etc. Calllontlo 
Tree Seed.; also. SEEDS OF PALMS. Ana- 
JW.'i'S? ° nm T, 'cc, Fruit frees, at tbe OLD 
STAAD. itF-send for a Oataloene. 

E. JB. MOOKE, 
Importer of Seede, Bnlbs, Planw. etc.. 
425 Washington St.. San Francisco. 



ccl°3m 



C, E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEABOHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
aneer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
ro. directly opposite the Oonrt Hooee. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for eale andjto let 
rarous parts of Alameda ooonty. apiyim 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

Jf- FDTELT FURNISHED ROOMS, SDS- 
,,7T gle or in finite, 
[J}] Well Elented and Ventilated. 
jjl Unfnrnijhed Rooms to let. Lodeing with 
ii^r. °k' . boilr<i - ALHAMBRA BOTLDmG, 
BIS! Bosh street. oc 2i tf 



ACADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

Ii 10 5..¥°J?£S. LA DIES, CONDUCTED BY 
MME. FORSTER. SIS Sntter street, near 
Leavfinworth, San Francieoo. ja«2p7 




STAPLETON, HATTEB, 

de25] 12* KEAEKT STREET. [Im 



A MAS BON-BONS! 

8AOTA CI.AT7S' HEADQUABTKH8. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety K : , ode in their line, 
new and frefib, for sale chein ; ■ 
a ,» ,S^'7 I " r * WAGNER'S, 

neu 1V7 Montgomeryletreet. near Sutter. 



RED 



JON 



...he 
will eerre a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 and 1 P.M. : 
' ilso the choicest Wines and Lin- 
ers. BngltBh Ala and Porter always on drangbt. 
Yon will always and him there to attend. de'JS 




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NEW THEATRE COMIQUE 



lTlW ALHAHBRA THEATRE. 





6REAT OXFORD THEATRE. 






•>> KELLY & LEON MINSTRELS! 



ABVABY 10 






Creat Minstrel First Part) 



THE GREAT EMERSON MINSTRELS 



3*dE ELOD HO 1^ 

1 



BOIM! 



nil 

HON! 




mUTAIUMIKT A LA 



IN PART PREMIER. 






V •!•«» lVo«re» to Mnrr 



t lie Life IQ o .n, t 

PA.KT "KCONU. 



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uk Jhm in hi* Son** ami Daaee* 



BANJO DUET. 




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STATUE CIOO.V..- f.l.Suirf REYNOLDS BROTHERS 

k .:. * U.ai Larksqn. of Of!»nbft.h ■ ur~ra«la, 

SB IDES »1\ r , 2L.3SXJ 



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A* LItHj Jlol,. Frank Jones 

B. ..I ... HI— Blju»«k. 

S._ -I OUI ItiM . Mlkr IKIu 

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T* be Ml**ed b* 

1 "rum ill-* Country." 

F re**, J**m*> *ed Jak* WsIUm. 



POLITICAL SPEECH. 



"at WaHaos 



r««-rii- R-il-4 



at*)*** TlirrM 

Wrlllc laniard 



To r-»*lo!» vita as in -«m». wiib All ftrn* «..•.»] EfT-cta *vat produced, written by 

wi.t.IlT and II'WIN mi.iv. entlilfd 



The Only KEO.1 
MR. » tit* in KKLI.1 

M,!>S 

MA-Silll JAA.K-* * A SO* 

.1 KOBI7ISON 

«. KI'Ml' 

8. H. H'»T.|lsW()KLH 

MB. AoHTi'N 

V HARK 

OHARU Y Rl VJCOi PH 

.-. W. DALY 

MR SdHWAjiDI 




i \ -in liv>«>.il),i lady nf Bern-, tkioroagbbted.. 

KIlMI.t l.i i*lur*u«'lluuBi 

m 1 \r\ i\ ' ■■ T »l Rsotblacka , 

itp r»«!fait# 

1 *«k t umpl* of t Soatbwtitiro FrontI*r*m*a . 

''-"-<_'' Raac>1 

Twoot in*»»iii»prirl fiolrnot iDchi , 

old hands at tb*baal***e. I 

unof mury, bot * Genii, man 

■ *-narl. not im*t* ■ 

, b*l**)gl»g to Uia l*t African Miarp» hooter* 

MAN* 

" N 
i Ursa family. 



I rsrjda; rpeo.ma.ai of New York Life 



MR. Bvm.o 

} J HI Ml- 

\ MR JOHNS 



'.nf '.Li»tol the Ch*j*^na*-biA 1«JbV.'.7.7.V.7.""?.V.V 

Indiana, Boot black a. Policemen, etc . br nn»*roae *utillari*i. 



I.* 



r>r 



hits IK mi 

NttotwMItt. 

RGE MAYIS, 

orsms. cuns i 

iKiSHiLintbi 

lltt^Onwal" . 

IMOlliWWNrNi^ 

■ 

ir.a Ihmtmhi 

itlnstULUllii a 



T* osdtlcde with Tb* 

POI lUNTEKS FROM HONOLULU! 

Roam, Wataaca aad Qalan. 
~"~ta\Tl 
REAPPEARANCE OFJOHHNY TUERS 



»"1 H>T. -Orncr. or a New Yobs Horn. 

»d *»<1 on iba watch for an arrin* brother : ah* 
dteeorara* v>l us LoT»r. PLOT and COUNTER PLOT. Reot- 
tay on ts* iraok. Ao *v*rTdey Incident In N*w York Life. The 
Creditor ic<l Debuir. Oit* b* tima. Par, or I'll ««ll roa out 
I.U'RA ■» HtlFNOSHIP. Kkino*r"a lo»* for Gold. THK 
■rr.LH.UAl'H to CbtOMO. Wanted- A DIVOROK. Smoke 
I.tor* 'a attaraot at b in*; * faat rouna: man. I^t u* all t*k* a 
drink THK VILLAIN.-'. PLOT TO BKCTJHB SKINNER 1 !* 
OOLD Th# Qo»uap*clio« rictlcn comee-NOW Ttt SEOUKK 
THK BOOTY. Th* aigoal. Toe Aao*Dt by the Elevator. TO* 

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»Y\OP»|S Or l.\( IIMVTS. 



.H m. HONSbTY TIM BEST POLICY. Tb* motherof »lare* 
famllr tm[.o*»rt upon. The Counterfeit BiP. BtopTbief: THE 
HOPKI ESS i H M . .Iitn'a ideaaof nooaatj. 

MI.M 1 THIRD. —WBST. TrfK BLAOK HILLS. 

RAoilry and Mnntrey captured by Indiana. Tb* Rescue by 
Leurs. Soreemirs Pete In love with Lnnrn. LanrA proves hor 
self* trne heroine. Pet* (to** In search of Redakins. The 
Sepper. The BUep, Tb* Surprise LanrA Rantn-r an.1 Mon- 
rr*y as*in caprurcd by Indians. TUB EXPFOTKD TRAIN. 
Destraotion of tb* Brtdu* by Indiana Tae ucmh StrngRle. 
Uoatb of Hon troy. Rani r-y lion o J to * tree, and preparations 
oaado to burn blra. All hope i* lost. No pnwrr o&n ■&?* us 



mlatat*. T*rribl* Retribution. GRAND TABLEAU 

s. IM «K('"M).-A STREET IN NEW YORK. The 
Rival B>otblacka. Prof*«Aional Jeatorjsie*. A Oo-partoarabip. . 

New idea* in Arithmatic. Skinner's i rati tod* at his eacape. i from Il»aven. Escape of RAntrcy. 
THE REWARD Rao<ley an i he irack. HO FOR THE WEST. OF PkTK. 
A new way to bay furniture, btufly to troable. His appeal to ' SF.XSATIOXAA T.UILIlAV. 



oow. LAURA DOOMED TO DIE. TERRiBLK VENGH- 

THK RfD MEN. The approachin*: Train. Aid 

Laura saved. ARRIVAL. 



Tb* Piano need la from tbo bouse ot nobler. Chase A Co., 633 Clay street, agents for the celebrated OtiicUrtn,; Piano 



t ...n,. .n\ 
Hrth**tT* 



Olat Tia>M-* ■•.!.. 

I lag 
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it. -.nufai Bstjta**] 

' I' imiil.m < lug ll» .. 
' lie t «*mI*<mI1|I< . 



II \ela» a 

I .«•■» II. IM. 

t.n* H,iri«iar 
le HarriBBi 

,..., Fnrirti 
llufhi > Unrl.i 



WHOLESALE THIEVES. 

N.l*e a 

^txz 

Ta* LadlM wbo ar* robbed Oiford niondt* 



0**ri*r* 






Ban,, 



Hnng 

The Hatch Lew. 

CAHLOVA. 



Ila* 'Willi* 
Tb* Dutch L*od, 
CAULOVA. 



1'i-in vani 

Mnlloi'a llnrnpipr 

If 1 our Pon( |a I'.-u, 

E**a*:.M y OV l •sUWVI l « 



Kiln White 

Geja. N|ira|iir 

Funny H'plnirr 

.IIMUV HAL,, 



NEORO ASSURANCE. 

Morton, Lowdvn and Bran* 



1>i IlLlii'nl W ;•■ l.lll.f. 



. ...I.1/xh> llurmnn 



SPTABU* 



CIRCUS ROYALE. 

"•' Porreai 



ComIc ftonat . 

F VM Y IHMI 

*'n« t» 



Fnaay R«r*M 

AMELIA in V N 

• • Ciarrlc «mi. 



0**«»ra Orcbsstra 



Dancing Scotchman. 



The Dancing Scotchman... 

Jenny McDonald 

Mr. ftcDooald 

Mr*. McDonald 

The Sculptor 

Too Ardent Lover 



Other G'tnractora bv the Company, 



H. Nelson 

— Amelia Dean 

Mr. Morton 

Mrs. I.owdea 

Mr. For/eat 

— Mr.Bprafu* 



Look out for Dick O'Neil'e new Moral Sensation Play, 

THE SOCIAL EVIL. 



Admlasloo to all |niil. of the house 85 Cent* 

LIGUT NhW PRIVATE BOXES. 

Prlvnte Bo«i *fa SO And N 

■V Doors open at T o'clock. Certain rise a at at 3:15. 



PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. 



(, 



TheS«AnSo*» 
lorn htnn- 
ntd the prht jj 

si H a i* ' 

Oc. per fa 

Jill Is j 

ICA?*CC : 



.KAN WILL VENTILATED ROOM H 
■ vary comfort, in afire-proof 
kfflBtf. aW**j1* Rooiaa, 3S, r»7 * and HO ct*. 
'- Corner of LatdMdsrtl and loram-t- 

atat *tr*«t*. s*t tf 



GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO.,„..315, S17, 319 & 321 PINE STBET 
FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

TaTJB UKOUT A1VO BUT aVTOCR OF OOODH IN THE BTATR. AT PKICES IIKFYINO COMPETITION 

afCALiL. AHD SEE FOR YOUKSELVES.jW 




ijjANT* 



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COS" nO'JSE, 411 S.nion. atr.. 

BRANCH HOUSE, .«** -.««.* 

The Model Lodnlnu; Ifouaeaof th« Paeifla 
Cone*. 

h'29 tf L J. HWRLL. Proprietor. 



GREATEST NOV- 
slty of tb* age, now on 
exhibition at SOS 
Mt.Qtff omery street.— 
vv BF ns PA1KNT 
CABFET SWEEPER, 
Broom and Du*t pan 
combined: a child can 
sweep a large parlor 
carpet In three min- 
utes without raising 
-iii v dust. Call and <■ «■ 
^ limine them; cheaper 
2^? than broom* at five 
•*■* — "^ T^J?^-- : ot*. apiecn. DORSEV 
ALOWH.RY. No. »08 
Montgomery street. de'iS lm 



PIO.VEFU SHOE MAXlTAfTORY. 



05, 



10 

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ji>"i 




„«»-Th<l moat F.I.EOAHT CUSTOM WORK IN THK OITY, 
P.II .Bd luvm Kood. »ad pric... BkKRS i MAYNAHD 
»»> K«.niT mwi op. door toath of Ba.n. 



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DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. 

Ill nilfi BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 

IUivuU ive objects to be seen. Open to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
SIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

e#- Dk. Jordan's Prtvatt Office, opposite the 
Mechanics' Fair, Sll Gears 1 street. fin J 3m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

IACBAUEXTO. 
Mr. Jo*. Proctor,... Leaaee mid Hanaser 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
the present management coramonced on the 
imh September, and during the ocooelonal visits 
of the company to San Jose, Stockton and Marys- 
vtl>. 
The Theatre con be Kentcd br Fir«t- 
cln** Entertulnmenta, 
by application to THOS. BAKER, Esq., at Hnst- 
fngSA Co'a Banking House, corner of Second and 
J mreeU. Sacramento, or to JOSEPH PROOTOR, 
Metropolitan.Theatre. ee22 U 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VaKOINIA CITTT. KKTADA 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and oan be rented by the night or 
bv the week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treated with on application by letter 
JOHN PIPER, 
noJ7 tf Manager and sol* Proprietor. 



HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS. ON 
low terms. It is located on the prinolpa 
street, will seat 600 persons, and has a good stage. 
Mnaio furnished— a full orchestra If needed— on 
most reasonable terms. Apply to W. O. LLOYD 
PetAluma, or at this office. se28 3m 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 
MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Moateomery tnd Pins street*. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A OHINA 
A Poods, Boo rrsncli Faooj. Articles. ew..eto. A 
Urse stock o( Sue SOLID OOLD JK *BLEY. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 



JEWELRY MANUFACTORY 



T3. ^7V. Tj-A-ir^ID, 

OlO MLereltant street. 



JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
tbe npw.Bt pattern; Gold sod Silver W&t.obes from tbe 
most relfsble manufactories; Odd Fellows', Maaonlo. A. P. A., 
Eastern Star, Ked Meb, end all other Badges, Marks, Pine, 
etc., always on band Id great variety, wholesale and retail. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 



OlO Merchant street, bet. Montgomery and K«arnj 



TRY THE. 



GERKE WINE; 



BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 

GtXaT'M? books 

....FOR.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OP 
the Rocky Mountains of tbe best editions of tbe works of 
tb* great Painters and Engravers, comprising the leading .._ 

English, French, German and Italian 

IBOOZ3LS, 

Together with a choice seleotion from among tbe best and 
latpst American Illostrated WORKS OP ART. POETRY, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound and 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign author*, together with a largn assortment 
of Books au.table for Libraries, and a general aasortment of 
JUVENILE'S Picture Books, Albums. Bibles. Prayer Books, 
etc., etc. For sal* at very lowprice* by 

o=r H. H. MOORE, 

COt> Montgomery *tre«t, near Merchant. 




UARZA'8 PUNCHES- 



P«7NCHKk* ( far *3tontleinen.- 
Morning "- 

rears, Aun-i ■, c , n 

Ooooa, Coffee. Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry. Pisco. Appetiser 
Roman Nectar, Aurora. Farewell, Jamaica Rom. Kir*chwa***r 
COK9IALS, for J.»eiea. — i^AdieB' favorite. Ladia* 



TVVXIYM, for Oeiittemen.— Egg Hogg (a new Punch) 
log Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, An ti- Dyspeptic, Lad!** 
i, Anti- Divorce, Weleoms, Oogn»e. Arrack, Gin, Whisk*) 



i !■ — ■■■ ■ ■ m ■ iur ijuaici. — ihuih 

Pleasure, Ladiea' Tears, Strawberry. Blackberry, Mint, Asia* 
PoQ***0*fe. Pio* Appl* . Kirach 
•ol* Oboi*ra*etidota Aagmstaro. Eaij 



Etoa e. Kim mal 
BITTJCIlB..- 

•r. ane all other 



litter* in demand. 



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w%mj±m&* 



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isiei »re.-^ cat. 9EM3* •uaA^r. *J» 
J -. B O G A. K. X> TT S 

— 41— 

42 Marchait it. *ad 635 WMilngtsn rt 

Relow Mo.-taomory Blook. 



WEDNSDAT JANUARY 10, 1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

Metropolitan Thvaire. 

"Toe Lady o( Lyons" was cspitslly performed 
last night. E. T. Swtson resd Eulwer'e beautiful 
linea with admirable expression and quite suc- 
ceeded ia Raining tbe sympathy of the audience 
for tbe presumptions Claude Melnotte ; Miss Hec- 
rielUOaborn ple.ved tbe part of Pauline cbsrm- 
ingly, though io tbe fierce declamatory passages 
ia which Paalioe expresses her indtgnatioo at tbe 
deceit practised on her ehe was rather lacking io 
vigor. J. H. Vinson as bloff old Col. Damta 
gaioed macb applaase end Far. ny Hanks received 
a roaod for ber delivery of one of Widow 
Melootte'fl virtuous speeches. To-olaht "Tbe 
Marble Heart" will be played witb E. T- 
SteUonas Phidias and Raphael Dachalet, Miss 
Henrietta OBborn as Marco: James M. Hardieas 
Diogenes and Ferdinand Volarge, atd the other 
parts well tilled. T. E. Jackson and Mies Josie 
Lsogley from tbe Boeton Theatre will shortly ap- 
pear at, tbis house. 
Alhnmbra Theatre. 

Tbe first part, in which Edwin Kelly tings "Un- 
der tbe Soow. ' with admira v le feeliog, terminates 
with tbe song "Man :he Life Boat," with pinora- 
mic illuHratione. In tbe second part the statue 
log dance, by tbo Reynold? Brothers, is much ad- 
mired. Tbe burlesque of "La Rosa de St Flour.', 
in which Leon appear*-, asLizzett*. and Edwin 
' Kelly, as Ibe enamored Brown, i3 foil of ?ood mu- 
eio. and "ADimeNovel" lays alt other sensation 
dramas in tbe bbadeby tbe nnmbsr, variety, and 
audacity of its tbrilliog scenes. 
California Theatre. 

Miss Annette Ince. made her fir.' appearance in 
many months at the CaliforniaThe»tre.last night, 
and personated Parthenia, in tbe play of "Ingo- 
mar," She received a hearty weloome. Botb, 
Miisloce, and John McCulloagh, were much ap- 
plaaded for their acting in their respective roles 
To-night. Sbakspeare's "Ab Von Like It," will be 
prsseoted, witb Miss Ince, as Rosalind, and John 
MoCnllough as the melnncholy Jeqaes. Miss Ioce' a 
engagement is bat tor a few nights, therefore the 
many admirers of her act jsg should not misa tee 
opportunity ef seeing her. 
Bella Union. 

The entertainment at tbe Bella Union Thealre 
is of the most varied description. It comprises 
• capita! first part, an inter'nde consisting of char- 
acter eonge by Maggie Knight; pleasing ballads 
by Fanny GarretsoD : eoog and dance by Misa Jo- 
aephine: gymnastics by Samwells and Montague; 
an attractive fancy dance by Miss Carrie Chapman, 
and other acts by Eugenia Gerretts, Chris, Math- 
ews, Carrie Armstrong sod J. U. Larkin, and 
otbere. Clara Starr has made- a hit io ner local 
iMg of "Prudence Small," and "Ibe Nymphs of 
the Hill" causes much amusement. 

Theatre Comlqne. 

Among tbe new features introduced in the 
programme for to-right are a banjo dnet by Frank 
Jones and Jake Wallace, and tbe Ethiopian 
sketch of "The Four O'clock Train." On Satur- 
day night the ever popular Johnny Tuers will 
make his reappearance at this house. 
The Oxford. 

Jimmy Hall in original dances ; Lizzie Harmon 
in sweet ballads; the Dutch Leon in character 
songs; Horatio Nelson in his great act of "The 
Daooing Scotchman ;" Amelia Dean in fancy dan- 
ces, and many others in attractive specialties will 
appear. Tbe management announce for this eve- 
ning the reappearance of Mies Cairie Willis and 
Miss Lizzie Loller. 
Pavilion Skating; Rink. 

Pnblio assemblies every Tuesday, Thursday and 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday afternoons, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day evenings. Club assemblies the otber morn- 
ings, afternoons and even in gB of tbe week. Pro- 
f essora Level t and Gallic Curt ie give an exhibi- 

lon every evenin at o'clock. 
Anatomical Maeeom, 

Tbe Florentine Venus is the admiration of 31 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
San Francisco. Tue Dying Zonave is an exquisite 
pieoe of mechanism ; the De Obaillieu Gorilla as- 
tonishes tbe beholder, and thousands of curiosi- 
ties too numerous to mention are on exhibition 
Prize Ball. 

A prise ball and entertainment will b3 given a 
Fitzgibbon's Dancing School, Charter Oak Hall, 
769 Market street, between Third and Fourth, nn_ 
dsr tbe management of Professor English , on Fri- 
day next. A watch and chain and a gold ring will 
be given to tbe best round dancers— tbe watcb to 
tbe gentleman, and tbe ring to the lady. Entries 
for tbe prizes may be made at the Parlor Cigar 
Store, 720 Market street. 

Pardy and Vincent's Minstrel?. 

This troupe left Portland December 28tfa, in- 
tending to make tbe trip back here, — overland, 
aad show in the way towns. They will probably 
not be beard of this aide of tbe Shasta Mountains, 
before next spring, without tbe weather improves. 



Home from Europe. 

Julian Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, so widely and favorably known 
io San Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospitals is the world, aad may 
be consulted at bis office, 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, West side, over the Drug 
store. A 

Job's Ice Cream Saloon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get Que Oysters, Ice Cream and 
Fancy Candies is at No. 317 Kearny Btreet. between 
Pine and Bueb. The old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on hand. 

Invalid Chaib And Bed— One of the best In- 
venlious for bed-rtdden people and Invalids, ia 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Invalid Bed 
■which attracted so much att?ntion at tbe Me- 
chanic's Fair, John H. Titcomb, 639 Kearny 
street is agent for California. L y 

To Invalid?, Wives and Mothers. 

Tbe agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sour-mash stimulant — bo highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— is at No. C05 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot. No. 306 Montgomery 
street sk for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it Is 
pure, l. d, mellow, delicious. e 



Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
sumptuously at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the Calif ornia Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the season: tbe choicest wines, and tbe 
most experienced of cooks and attendants. The 



The Sly S nailer. 

Colfax is no; universally suspected of 
knowing how it is Mmse.., but it seems 
that he do?e. He has talked and written 
about retiring from political life with ein- 
Kular iteration, but of late be aas grown 
studious about tbe matter. His confidant 
and Inveterate admirer, Mr. Samue^Bowlea 
prints the following, which sbowstoat Mr 
Colfax really intends to retire whenever 
be is absolutely and incontinently forced 
to. Here is the cheerful and delicate par- 
agraph: "We have always supposed, lo 
spite of Mr. Colfax's oft- ex pressed deoire 
aod purpose not to occcupy bis present 
office another four years, that if the Re- 
publican Convention renominate General 
Grunt, it would also renominate him and 
undereuch clrcnmstanceB as would practi- 
cally oblige him to accept. General Grant's 
friends already Bee they can carry the con- 
vention more surely on tbe whole of tbe 
old ticket tbau on a part of it, and we pre- 
dict that tbey will go to the convention 
insisting that there shall be no change in 
tbe eecoud office any more tban tbe first. 
They have lately brought this contingency 
borne to Mr. Colfax himself, and, ac- 
cording to tbe New York Times, he bas 
made tne only reply possible under tbe 
circumstances, namely— that it would 
brine witb it considerations to which he 
should give all proper weight when it 
arrived, and that it would be a hard, perhaps 
an ungrateful, thing to throw back a nom- 
ination 'bus tendered; but that be could 
not and would not say anything now to 
amhoriz? his friends to present nis name 
for renomination, or io any way to excuse 
tbem in laboring to bring it about." 

The OM-K tshloned Mother. 

Thank God! some of us have an old-fash- 
ioned mother. Fot a woman of tbe period 
enameled and pamted. with her chignon, ber 
curls and bustle, whose white, jeweled bunds 
hare never fel F the clasp of baby fingers, but 
a dear, old-fashioned, sweet-voiced mother, 
with oyes in whose clear depths the love light 
sbone, and brown hair, threaded with silver, 
lying Bmooth upon her faded cheek. Those 
dear hands, worn with toil gently guided our 
tittering steps in childhood, and smoothed 
onr pillow iu thickness— even reaching out to 
ns ia yearning tenderness, when herBweet 
spirit was baptized in the pearly eprsy of the 
river. Blessed is the memory of an old- 
fashioned mother. Ii flows to us now like the 
beautiful perfume of some woodland blossoms. 
The music of otber voices may be lost, but 
tbe entranoing memory of hers will echo in 
our souls forever. Other faceB will fade away 
and be forgotten, but hers will shine on until 
the light from Heaven's portal shall glorify 
our own. When, in the fitful pauses of busy 
life, our feet wander back to the old home- 
stead and, crossing the well-worn threshold, 
stend once more in the low, quaint room, 
hallowed by her presence, how the feeling 
of childish innocence and dependence comes 
over us, and we kneel down in the molten 
sunshine, streaming through the western 
window— just where long years ago we knelt 
by our mother's knee, lisping "Our Father.' 
How many times, when the tempter lures ns 
on, has the memory of those sacred hours, 
that mother's words, her faith and prayers, 
saved us from plunging into the deep abyss 
of sin! Years have filled great drif a between 
ber and us, bat they have not hidden from 
our Bight the glory of her pure, unselfish 
love, 

Don't do It. 

The Eugene City Guard speaking of a 
Western gentleman who advertises for a 
self-supporting wife, sayB: 

We refer him to Miss Susan E. Anthony 
By marrying her he will get juet the article 
he desires and confer a great blessing on the 
American people besides. 
We dont know whether Miss Anthony wonld 
be willing to support him, but are sure he 
would soon find her insupportable. 



Knows How It Ia. 

A writer in an English review says that 
a man in real love is an idiot that ought 
to the knocked down out of hand and 
bound handj and foot and laid aside till 
the fit has gone off him." Evidently that 
writer has been pretty low down in real love 
himself, and the way he writes we think the 
fit hasn't gone off him. 



Ifew It ork Store. 

Cheap and one jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-hall the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Sampson & Oo's. New Tork Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

A Suitable Holiday > Fitftnt 
Fora lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the lutest style by John 
P. Dwteb, l'07 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 

— ■' - • 
Ward's Celebrated Shlrte 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A, Levine. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee oc 
charge (or passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from? to 9 o'cIocL.t 

Car and Steamer News Agency* 

A. Eronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fxoa&o 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latent San Francisco dailies and all 
he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. * 

Oo You. Know 

That with Buttebicx'b Patterns yon can out 
tad mate any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. E. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 

The Best Farm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thfmble Bkefn Farm ,Wagon 1b 
the best; over GOO sold on this coast. Mills 
k Evans, Agents, 608 Market street. eh 



Wlxat Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship in the millinery line, to Mrs. 
CowleB of the "New House." 1H Third street. 
MrB. Cowle's stock is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her priceB are very reasonable, bh 



I* You Want 
Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 

them to the What Cheer Linn 



FLAYING OS THE GBEr.N. 

Ob, Simpson dear, end did you hear 

The news that's goin^ round ? 
They have made a raid on gambling, 

And have run it in the ground. 
No more shall faro games be kept, 

The dealers can't be seen, 
For there's a cruel law against 

Tbe placing on the green. 

Ob, I met with bold Put Bobloson 

And took him by the hand. 
And I said. Oh, how is gambling, 

And how does faro stand 7 
It'a tbe most distressed and hunted game 

That tver yet was seen— 
They're sending men to prlEcn now 

For playing on the green. 

Then since tbe orders we have got 

Came from Chitf Crowley's head, 
Sure gamblers' eons will ne'er fcrget 

What Judgs Stanley now has said. 
You may take your cards out of the box, 

And faro checks besides, 
You'll never more have use for them 

While Louder back presides. 

I've heard wbisp-.r sf a city 

■■Virginia," they eay, 
Where faro's licensed, monte too, 

Both by tbe night and day ; 
Where no cruel charges to a jury 

In print are ever Been, 
And where there IB no law against 

The pljylDg on the green. 

Oh, 'Frieco, must we leave thee, 

Driven by Chief Crowley's band ? 
Must we seek & gambler's welcome 

In a dreary Bage-brush land, 
Where Judge Stanley's cruel orders 

Can never more be seen, 
Where, please the pig*, we'll live and die 

Still coppering the Queen? 

E. J. B. 



Wooilhnll and Cliflin In llie Rossel 
Funeral Procession — Remarks by 
tne Gamins. 

[St. Louis B.-publicau Nbw York Letter.] 
.if Victoria and Tennessee were not amused, 
they must be difficult creatures to entertain. 
The boys invited them to speak, and were 
particularly b-ppy in their remarks on their 
personal appearance. A big tow-headed boy 
sung out: "Which is tbe old cat tbey calls 
the next President ? Oh 1 my, aint ehe ugly 1 
Say old gal, give ub a song and dance. Is 
that yoor own hair or a scratch ? Open yer 
month — yc-r 'iraid to, for fear the hoss cars 
'1 think it's the depot and drive in?" "Jehul 
what a nose," says a lad within a foot of Vic- 
toria ; "I hain't seen such a nxse since I bad 
the measles, and then the doctor 
had it to prick a bile with." The nasty 
nuisances stood in solid masse* about 
tbe women. Colonel Blood and Stephen 
Pearl' Andrews manfully strove to proteot 
tbe brokerages. But tbe boys seemed to 
know all about matters, and said: " Now his 
blood'B np ,: — "Say, Capt'n, it's all right — 
we're all free lovers." When a cheap trans- 
parency made its appearance with a 
delegation, bearing the inscription: "And 
they had all things io common," then 
the crowd shouted: "Fetch tbat banner 
over here." "Give it to Woodhull." "Here's 1 
the gal for that motto." Finally the proces- 
sion started, and those unhappy women, foot- 
sore and insulted, walked miles through the 
mud which covered everything, supported 
by the greatest rabble that ever paraded, one 
weak band, thirty or forty lower olaes French 
women, and thousands of wild, hungry-look- 
ing men. It was ridiculous on the part of 
the police to interfere with tbe Communists, 
as they did on the preceding Sunday, since 
tbat act was tbe only one that gave any sort 
of consequence to the whole affair. 

The Lnxnrlei of JLlfe- 

The nan who does not oare what he eats, is 
not worth much ae a man. The greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good living. The beat 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by the 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters. oyster omlett.es and other del- 
ioacieo served under the aDle supervision of the 
genial Winant, and Charley Hacke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon. So. J37 Bash street aD3V 
the Aibambra. It 1b a favorite resort Of epicures 

.Klegant Presents for the Holidays. 

Economy Is wealth. Hsin & Pollard have $50,000 
too much stook on band, bion most be sold dur- 
ing the Holiday season, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Their old customers 
will please leeolleot that their new store is at Ko. 
7 Kearny street. V 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilbon, 213 Prumm 
street, between Clay and Washington, 



Stra tj cjer, S t op I 

Go to Mr. Beubold, 316 Burn street, If you 
waht boots made in style and of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are thecheapest in the end. a 



I>r. Barlow J. JSmltkt 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 X, at his 
Hygelan Hall, 637 California Bt„ and examines 
patients phrenological ly as to health. q 



Mrs, C Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. ? 



Go and. See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.8baher fcCo.'s, 707 Market Btreet, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for oaah lowej 
than ever before In San Francisco, x 



Extreme Cold In New York. 

The New York Herald of December 23d 

save: It our Russian guests had happened 
to have been In the city yesterday, they 
must have been eatlpfled with the Siberian 
and Kimpcbalka-l.ke character of the 
weather. In was decidedly the champion 
"cold snap" of tbe season, and if that 
venerable old greybeard, the "oldest in- 
habitant," can poiDt to a severer day, let 
him "trot it out." Tbe average tempera- 
ature in the city yesterday waB thirty-two 
degrees below that of the same day laBt 
year. 

Never since Monday, tbe Sth day of 
January, 1886, when tbe thermometer 
stood fifteen degrees below zero In this 
city, has there been so cold a day as yes- 
terday. At eixo*clock in tbe morning tbe 
thermometer stood at one degree below 
zero, and at six in the evening at seven de- 
grees above. 

Ease ana Luxury. ' 

We overheard a lady say. th e other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horsee and a Clarence- 
Just like what they send you from the Occlden* 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." Sbe evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carriages in tbo State. 
There 1b a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences ror shopping and or- 
dinary calls and ror tbe theatre and opera; tne 
Landaus and splendid six-Beat Rockaways for 
drives on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for eitber of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Souton. or at the Btablep, 
2016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. o 

After -the Sella Union 

Comlqne and Glooe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way borne should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Seamy, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese-made cigar In 
the store, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to tbe finast imported Havanag. 
A fine Btock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other artioles suitable for 
presents during the coming holidays. Every- 
thing at prices to suit tbe times. w 



Buy mo Sewing Machine until you have Eeen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Suplee, Ager t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 



Why Abe Bbowk'b Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
line Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops ? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. X 

• 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Heady made and made to order, No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Ke arny. u 

New York Dry Goods Store. 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new good s daily from New York 
auctions very cheap, Bememner the number.* 



I>r. Dolierty 

Has devoted his study (more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such 1b 
now the most successful of any Physician In 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento Btreet, 
corner of Leideadorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A. Word, to Strangers), 

The best and cheapest restaurant In the city 
Is the Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing In tbe market are to be found, e 

Laaloe' "Visiting Cards* 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwteb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery Btreet, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Hake Yourself at Home. 

You can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
■The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
poelte Third. A cosy place for Winter nights 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted iu this Directory fin 
alphabetical order) for SI per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left ont lour times a month. ] 

Auctioneers. 

J. Terry & Oo., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine Btreet. 

Booksellers and Stationer*. 
Hitchcock, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 Sanseme. 

jBnalness Colleges* 
Heald's, Bryant 4 Stratton, 24 Post. 

Botcher*. 
Lnmsden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

S utter street side. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 8 and 9, California Market. 
BJitz, Fred, Btalla 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brsu Feanderles. 
Weed £ Kingwell, California, 123 First at. 

Clariurs aod Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen & Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., corner Sansome and Market, and 
Ellis and Market. 

Clothlnc (Retail). 
Magary i Co., (successors to H. It Lockwood A 

Co.), 231 Ream j- Btreet. 
What Cheer Store, 401 Kearny street, cor. Pine.2 B 

Crockery. Glassware, etc. 
Douglas P. & Co.. 131 Kearny Btreet. 

Confectioners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candles, etc. 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street. 

Decalomnnle Depot. 
Mrs, Cotter, 7(1 Silver street, near Third. 

Employment Offices. 
O'Brien A Ward, corner Olsy and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Oosdt, 
Locan & Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sattsr, 

Hardware. 
R. F. Osborn A Oo., 749 Market. 

Harness and Seddiery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. C. & Co., 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F., 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets* 
M. Freud . m'f'tr A inventor. 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Hainan Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Second street. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelapiel, S- B. ACo.. (agents for United State 
WatohCo.)313Bnsh. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hinz, 5 and.7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Mmlc and Mimical Instrument*, 
Oohen Simon & Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store, NowMontg'y.n'r How'd 
Keene, O. 0., mftr. aocordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Slarble Works, 
Daniel, John & Co., 421 Pine street. 

Macearonl Mannfuclnrers. 
Brignardello, Maechiavello A Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale,) 
Doane & Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Produce Commission Merchants* 
Mngan it Moran. corner Drumm. and Clay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

Hi dins; Academies* 
Lnsk's, 737 Folsoxn street, bet. Third and Fourth! 

Restaurants. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 408 Pine street. 

Sewing Machines. 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery. 
Willoox 4 GihbB, S. M. Co., 113 Post at. 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street, 

Slivered Crystal Door Pla . 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street* 

Stove* and Tinware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market 
Lewis & Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market 
Sickle;, Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Oohen Simon £ Brother, 345 Kearny. 

"Veterinary Surgeon*. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

"Wines and Liquors (wholesale). 




The inventor of this really wonderful TONIC 
after a series of years and experiments, bas suc- 
ceeded in biinging before the public all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have care-fully tested and examined your I X L 
Bitters, and end that tbey cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial ae a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HOLItUTD. 

City akd County Hospital, San Francisco, 
June 20th, 1S7L— I sh< uld judge that the I X L 
Bitters must he a very efficient, remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Lo&B of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in diseases 
of tbat nature, and are of the greatest efficiency 
in their cure.— F. H. Hkoels, M. D.. Abb'i Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary C. h O. Hospital. 

State Abbateb'b Office, San Francisco, July 
21st, 1871.— I have made a careful examination cf 

four 1 X L Bittere, and have found them entirely 
ree of deleterious miner" ' uunarceB.— Yours 
etc., ,tFT>i!-State Asaaye*. 

Beware of Counterfeits ! None genuine 
without the signature of Dr. Henley across the 
top of each bottle. For Bale everywhere. 

IX. EPSTEIN A CO., Solo Proprietors, 
au5tf CIS Front street, S. F. 




10 2 1 



rpHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO' 8 

*** Second Btreet, there are more perfect-fitting 
better and cheaper Shirts eold at retail tban in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in selling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated that 

IH3 paojLg iihe xHam: 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

if o. a Second street* 

jyl9lm BKNEDIOT A OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.E. car. Jackson and Kearny its. 

THE GREAT ERADIOATOR OF SPEOIAL 
OOMPLALNTS, formerly of Look Hospital, 
Loudon, nine yenrn in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in San Francisco. HAS RETDRNKD 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting; 40 years of bis 
life to professional practice, and the successful 
treatment of those CHRONIC DISEASES! 
which it is here needless to name, he deter-* 1 
mined to retire from bis profession, and devots 
the remainder of hie days to qaiet-life enjoy- 
ment: hut the constant applications from the 
suffering everywhere, to oome to their relief 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
soenes of bis early triumphs, Look Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and inform him- 
self of all tbe new methods of treatment in tbeii 
celebrated institution, and then give a few mon 
years of his life to the alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He is again looated at bis old office, cor- 
ner Jackson and Kearny streets, where for 10 yean 
previous bis practice sea SPECIALIST resultec 
m tbe cure of all oases brought under bis cars 
The Doctor's motto 1b "honorable and euceeaefn 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DR. CHAS. II. TOZEB, 
N. E, corner Kearny and Jackson street*, 
de!2 tf San Francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON-.W. 
derful Fortune Teller in tbe world, can JV* 
be found at No. 835 Pacific street, between •* 
Stockton and Powell. Be uses all kinds of witob 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re 
turna anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, sni 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will give lo* 1 
and look to all who want it. Don't forget- to oal 
and see him. jy!3 lm 



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HOLIDAY CANDIES 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXEE 
Gornecopias, Oandy Toys, and everything f< 
the Little Folks, at Mercer's Pioneeer < 'andy Mac 
ufactories, 516 Kearny Btreet, and 127 Ssooo 
Btreet. Country orders filled to any eitent. de7 ■ 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academ 

For Ladies and Gentl 
men, 737 Folsom st 
bet. Third and Fourth. 
delS tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

tONEER OF CALIFORNIA. 738^ _ -$ 
Market street, between Third wds^Js". 
Fourth, San FrahclBoo. Manufacturer y s*£ £ , - 
of the beet kinds of TRUSSES AND" 3 *^- 25 
SUPPORTERS. s»- All articles in tbis line co: 
Btantlyen hand, and repair* made atlreaeonsb 
nriCM. - ■ ds22 lm , 



H 



>*.L.L. 



MOWLAND'I 

COMPOUND 

Wild Cherry 




iff a r o 




u» mAicncoi wiDinntr. jakiamt io. ir-.a. v.i. xiv. *. i ,. 



$ ^ PARKER HOUSE. 



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E*E 



>imie5i 



P'lflCATEi' 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



iccoiici Ni«nt 
nnorOi 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 









JANIARY in 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



r O Now Ploooa 



win. *rritk i* r.n oiur auuom of utmu, m I ** A.OOIJ0 Xltf IO NJC T 

THE XKKjAa.3F1.EI3CL.3B KESjAlR"* 



ANNETTE INCEh.ss Henrietta Osborne as M'lle Marco 



ms AJomn 

Ji»HN Irt I I mi 
ran. bvcnino 



. As You Like It! 




. . . j 

JANUARY 10 



Br**, r 



T.r.llt..* •.•■* R*MMU Pr.«4. I* A I kipl.r., •■•HllUWJ Tfc*- 



MARBLE 




THE SCULPTOR'S 3DR.3Z3A.lVt! 



V.-f I ii-l . 



-Athens. 






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' ayj <■'. las M 



<rm lie. 

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B-tr 7 Seward. 

I'tib M»ri >. 

.15 Tr....- 

L'llil, 

• Fr-r-n 

Mr. Oa<ooa 

... t. J 

J. C WlllllWOB 

. FrM Franks 

* A ll-.tsr.r 
. . . J. Toriemc, Jr 

Mr. Rto»ua 

Mr. French 

II load 



KMOMO* BVS5IXO— 

THIRD RIGHT OF MISS INCE. 

ummr. at i e eleek- 

A ORArTD MATINEE. 

AIMalai ■• all parte ■>' the •!•••-■ Half VMM 

Tbe Celebrated German Tragedienne, 

Mrtclrtxxao "V7" 13 jNT 33 T .A. 

Will ehortlr appear In English Tr,|»4y at 
L.ADY MACBETH. 

IM ACTIVE PRKPARaTIOr- 

nOTJ&B ET NOIR. 



MB E T. P.1 

Jane. II. Il.rdla 

. . .Marry Cotton 

" 

Mia n —, a ruave Or.llle Wilson 

In a. a tiara Illii Fannie Yenni 

Athenians, Cltlaana. Steves, ate. 

A«-t Second. Paria. 

turaiu. Drca»i.rr. a sculptor mr. t t. rtetsox 

F»r4ir.enl Tol.f , an I . • James M. llerdle 

Lord Mrrtoo. an English Noblaman E. Rallr 

Tiaee.nl Ohateenmanrans, abutters* Wfllla Rlmma 

Moo*. Veedli r\ a rich Pert. Ian Harry Colton 

Frad dnCaorcy. a OrnUaman Jobn Manutre 

Jobo, a Footman Fred Wlillama 

BapUota. n Oroocn J. It. w.lter* 

MLLE MAROO , MH3 HENRIETTA OSBOK.NE 

Mas. Dnchelet, mother of Rtphael Mr.. Frank Ilea 

Cl.mentlae Mlaa atagRte Uooro 

Marl.tta efts. bu«le fionle 

F.dora Mlm Ada Deavoe 

Maria, a poor Orpbtn Ulna Fanny Young 

At T I — I'lll-; rrRICABdT. feecne. Sladlo .f Phldlaa, at Athene. 

ACT II The Arllat'a Krlrral nt the Foreat of Fontnlaebleaa. Period, 1834. 

ACT III — - 4. Healplor'a Stndlo In Fnrle. 

ACT IV Di-awlnr-room In a Villa la the Finis de Boaloiae 

AC? V The Sclpt.r'e tjtudlo. THE REALIZATION OF THE DREAM 




IS ACTIVE PREPARATION T 3T3C U 1=4. X] X3 X s O O ZE E T 33 O O 331. 

■ar*Tbe Piano need In this Theatre la from Sherman & Hyde's, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. 



Dreaa Circle and Orchestra.. 



..151 OO! Gallery *S Centa 

_6>n | aa-No extra charge for Reserved Seats. 



irqaet St» I net-No extra charge for Reserved beats. 

•V Can trill leave tbe Theatre for the Mlseloa and North Beach every night at the close of the performance. 




JANUARY 10 









• eeiaene 


OratAara— at t e'eleea 






t.nhaaua 


1 A M A II A M 1 




t AHKI 1 • II A I'M AN 


Mlcl-Alr 

LEO" 8AMWEI.I.4 


and 


y lUllAaltl OaB 
Ittwlt MONTAUUK. 


















Iliiiuli-f --A Mtixlfiil 

laAOOU KMt.lir 


I'l-lt A «-~l if 











Tb« Laoihablo r*nion.ln!e hkf ch •nt'U*d 

3D O r»J JUAN! 

ncojBAD < AFf ■ I'lklpTllAn 

Kcttrsfaoacb ln>on Smuwolli 

1> tt. (.U.-IHI, <tb4> 8Ut4l*f J. 11. la4.rt.tD 

Hid Wonit K«1 MontAxa* 

I'fUASI* TaajlOT iVLtl BJ«t> 

I.AdlM. RUHU, PlMIDU.lU. 



Ofwtnrw— at lft o'nioclt Qrcbt Tttn. 

OBCAT UI.OBF. ACT....EIOCMIK GKBRETTA 



K-lIj.. 



ACTOR'S STUDIO. 

Toodmoi Dowlioc 



FADER, ..i.i-i- i»i ii i:im. 

CARRIE ARMSTRONG ado J. U. LARKIIT. 



Hew I'tirwi.- Hong . 



CIhi-ii Htnir 



10 ^H!L^!LL!!L?!!yL!!^L! 1 Jl IGHT 

To coQClntlowitb tb» Looal I- Airy EKtraTACADr* •ollllcd 

The Nymphs of the 

Doely Dtdu1«r— a faa( youth Obi-* Starr 

Pf>K-t PI ii in p— his comnsn.oo Mat KbIIj 

Norlook MoKay— a (oflower of Mm. P.p Hurry Thomptoh 

Uackleberry— a contraband Lob UcUarthy 

PUPILS OF MBS. PIP. 

Vondrrdun J H. Larkla I Billy Jaokloa Tommy 8rt« 

Jemmy Joofli... ..0. Mathews | Hnrry Brigtrs L. Namwoila 

Exooulioo«r J R.Taylor 

NIOMTSHADK— A Deformed Dwarf ED. MONTAGUE 

idex. a rabelKnoB Fairy Minim. Fillmore 

Mra. Pelioao Pip, a tSoboolmarm Carrie '. htpmao 

Floweret. (a. Queen of (b* Nymnh* , Marie Zael- 

KTUPUS OP THE HILL. 

Hvacinth Onrrie Armstrong I Mormnir Glory -Fan GarrCaoD, 

Violetta Miss Jeaepniae Sunflower Eagenie Gerretttv 

Oamelia Maggie Brewer I BoDeysuckle May Leroy 



=<J W M=' 



XJI>JI01>iT 
INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF BAN FRANCISCO. 



THE Anr.utii.vr which avas 

Araled hy thla Company to provide for 
li ma Inrarred by the OECAT CHI- 
CACIOriKR, haa sow been paid In fall. 
FOl R III MIKI1I AMI FIFTY 
TnoK.ANU IIUI.I.AHH have been re- 
ailtt.d for settlement of Cblengo loa..., 
which have been adjusted promptly and 
paid DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. 

It la the policy of thla Company to 
meat all af Ita obllratloaa HONORA- 
BLY, aad tt solicit, the patronace of 
the pebtlc who dealre to laanre where 
they eaa obtain SOLID SECfJRITYIand 
FAIR DKALIXO. 

PRINCIPAL OPFIOEaaBl ED 

416 and 418 California street. 



OTJATATE TOCCHAKD President 

W. 41. KITTLE Vice Prc.ldcnt 

CHARLES D. HAFEX Beeretary 

lallm 




jF»OTTl>hri> ! 

r\DRlN0 LAST WEHK. A PLAOE WHERE 
all Drinks are lOc. and of the bast qaallty ; 
alao, the plana to gat the beat Hot Sootcb Ponch. 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drinks. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

— ax Tan — 
"HOT SOOTOB," 

IS MORTON STREET (near Kearny). 
daUtf FF.LDMAN.N dc BSIOOS. 



,** 



THEAThi ROTISSERIE, 
atAS Bnpoat at., one door Booth of Uaah. 

_Qh >-v E. MAROHAND LATE OF TBI 
VA k _ M Uny''Rotluarla Roatanrant" of the Union 
^aP4fr Olnb Proprietor.— The Tables provi 
dad with all the Delloaoiaa of the aaaaon. 
nar-OTSTgRS IN EVERT StvlE, ynlam 



JOHN E. IsUMSDEN, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
BUTOHER8, and daalsra In 
bast Amorioao meate. .t.U No. u 
OOOIDSNTAL MARKET (Sutter 
.treat aid.), 



, •»■ Orders aollelted and promptly filled, flood, 
delivered free to ell paraaof tbaoitr. noil ml 



ALBERT U0ROAN8TERV 
FaablonaWa Hair Dxaislna and 
I B.Ubbllabm.nt, No. is 
_ — at., near Market. Oon- 

Iplag, Besdlnff, and Leaching 



aruNrja 

GASSIMERE 

BUSINESS 

SUITS, 
30! $30! 

CUSTOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear oar euiw aniens made op in the BEST 
STYLE and PERFECT FITS. 

LANCASTER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 

d«9) Opp. M ugalre'a Opcrn Ilnna*?. [Im 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



O. ArXX7Xj3Lj-EI3El., 

OPTICIAN, 
ton MootBomerr Street, Bdm Block. 

]o.!tf Sao FranotBoo. 



REMOVAIj. 

ttin i\i\i\ TO ANY PERSON 
© 11/. \J\J\J able toeqaal MME. 
8UHWURER, Professor of Great 

Myniernv- She onres aiokoeSB after 

recovery is hopeless, and nivei cor-' 

reot information on all affairs of lif*. 

Prof. S. hi- invaloable Talismans for 

lore, «ood Inck, and also seeing your "intnnded 

Fee, 91 and upward. Cffioo. No. **£3 Wriehiugton 

street. botwe»-n Stooktoo and Dupont, below the 

Obnrch, for a short time only. j S 4 tf 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 
B.4A.XJ-C1. 



OLD ESTABLISHED. AND DOING A GOOD 
bos in ess, at the books will show, Reason for 
selling, the proprietor has other engagements that 
he bas to fnlfll. 
■av-Apptyat FiqabO Offloe. js'etf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

f A** THIRD STRtEr, NEAR 

I**** Jo ward. Three sauare French 

Dishes. 2.'i cents. The Cheapest and 

Best Restaurant ia the city. Parties „ 

rooming in the neighborhood will - 

find tbis bouse comfortable and quiet. )>8 lm 



E. PARDINI, 

NO. 7*0 WASHINGTON STREET, 
(above the Plaza), Sao Franoiaoo. 
Boots and Shoes made to order in the 
beat Frenoii style. _Tb«* same riadv-made 
always on hand. no28 3m 



■CADEMIC P1RISIENNE FRENCH BOARD. 
IKG AND DAY SCHOOL, 

t'OR YOUNO LADIR8. 00NDU0TED BY 
MMK. PuRSTKR, Site Setter street, near 
Leavenworth, nan Pranof.co. jn4 2w 




(SUNDAYS EXOEPTnD,) 

....AT THE 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

de7] Cor. Poat and Stockton eta, [lm 



Prize Bail and Entertainment 



FITZGIBBON'S DANCING SCHOOL 

CHARTER OAK HALL, 
700 Murkct St.. bet. Third aad Fourth, 



FRIDAY 



JAIvXTABY IS, 18TB 



ON WHICH OCCASION A WATCH 
and Chain and a Gold Ring will be 
awarded to tbe beBt Round DanoerB— tbei 
Watch to the Gnntleman and the Ring to 1 
the Lady. 'The judges to be cboson from the au 
dieace. Entry for the Priznt fl.10. Prize list 
at the Parlor Cigar Store, 72(1 Market street. 

TICKETS FIFTY CENTS 

Dancing to oommeoce at 9 o'clock. 



jvt t-d 



PROF. ENGLISH. Manager. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND— A SPLENDID AS- rfJSL 
■ortment; alao. Silverware and Spec- R'/"\> 
Utiles. Selling at 3D per cent, loss than \f~ .'« 
any other bouBfi. Oall before purchasing Tf i ' * *'ifi 
elsewhere. Every article is warranted. W atone* 
cleaned sod repaired, and warranted for two y^ara, 
at tbe lowest rates. Oall at H. M. LKWfS'S, 0S5 
CLAY S TREET. Urst Jewelry Store below Kearny 
etreet. Established in 1348. de4 lm 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian/Turkish 

—AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR L6DIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. aVaiS PacISc street. 

TJ3E BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS E8- 
tatlisbment of the kind, either io Europe or 
Amerioa. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicate!} Waters. Suites of rooms in the sans 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....or.... 

BOOTS I SHOES I 



BOOTS I 



SHOES I 



FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. 



E 



VERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THrTM- 



tbe rainy eoa?on. 
At Else- 
IaADIES' "WEAK. Nolan's where 

French Kid Button Boots $4 .'0 $7 00 

Frenoh Kid fcJcollop-top Boots 3 50 

Frensb Fox Button Boot*, Only 3 Oft 

Frenoh Calf Dress Hon!*, high cat.... 2 •'<> 

Heavy Kid Boots for Winter wear 2 50 

Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmoral a 1 75 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 50 

Kid Fox Doable Sole Balmorals 



MME. CARTER. OLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John Btreet, one 
door from Powell, bet, Pnciiic and 
Mason, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can be consulted 
on LaweultB and tbo varioae rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame oan be 
consulted by letter or look of hair. 




MADAME LEROY 

HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS AN 
•Isgant assortment of Bonnets and Round 
Hats. She inviteo tbs ladle of good taat« to call 
and s-e them, at No. 8t5 : , BUSH STREET. 

je.aj.3t, 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE OOLD-MOUNTED PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Fin© Gold-mounted EVE GLASSES. Rioh Pe*rl 
and Gilt OPERA GL.VRSKS, retailed at wholesale 

5 rices, ranging from .JUO, fl?,5*>, J 15. Gcod Plain 
pera Glasses sold from $5, $6, $7 50. 

C. H.TJLLEK, Optician, 

SOS Montgomery street* 
del2 Rubb Honso Blook. Sau Frano 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOitWEY AT J-> A "W 

(AToe»t Frontjals,) 
No. 6*0 Washington Street, Boom 17, 

»p26 (Bet. Hsntgomerjand Kearny). 



lish Lasting Gaiters. Double Sole. 1 9« 

Ma Slipners. $1 : Kine Frenoh Kid 1 50 

Misses" Kid Button Bouts 2 50 

Misset.' D'ble Polo Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 

Misses' Double Sole Calf Shoes 1 .'ill 

Children's Fine Calf ShoeH, only 1 25 

Children's Best Double Button Boots. 1 75 

Children's Sewed Top Pebble Goat I 25 

Children's Coppor-Toe, 75J.J Screwed 

Calf 1 OH 

Infants' Sboe>, 15c, 25o., 50o. and 75 

Gents' Frenoh Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots 6 00 

events' French Screwed Boots.. 5 00 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots 5 00 

Gonts'Oalf Pegged Boots, only 2 50 

Gents' Kip Boots, $2. $2 50 and 3 01 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots 3 53 

Cenjs' Congress Gaiters, §1 and 91 60; 

Mewed 2 00 

Gent*' Robber Boots, only... 4 00 

Gents' French Screwed Gaiters 3 50 

GentB'Brogans, $1 25, $1 50; screwed. 2 00 

Geats' Scruwcd Uxford Ties 2 00 

Bojb' screwed Shoes, f I 50 ; Oxf 'd Ties 1 75 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

Nos. 1 1 and 33 Third street. 

frir-Don't target the place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street, Nuoleus Building. ds 28 tf 



F. PYAT'S 

HUMAN 



HAIR 



[STORE, 
v-s 
-124 Kenrsy street. 1, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 



■tjr* N. B.— WigB hired for Theatrical pni-Tvnseg 
and Masquerade Balls. de. lm 




QUINCY HALL 

Clothing Emporium, 
£47 and 549 Washington street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for toe 
Holidays! 

SUITS OP ALL DKSORIPTIONStj] 
made of the best materials and fitted 
ns if made to order, at prices ranging I 
from 

Stirs to s ii"». 

Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, Valises, Traveling Satchels, etc., on sale 
at the lowest prices. *9~ Call and be convinced. 
P. F. MOHBHA.BDT. 1 dot lm ] T. O. HI LIT. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



10 00 
7 OH 
7 50 
4 .0 
■i 60 

6 n 

300 
r, SO 

INI 
I?. IM 
3 00 
2 SO 



FRENCH CORSETS. 



_ .derwear. FRENCH COR- 
SETS of all pricne and qnaltties, ready mado ar,d 
to order. No. «»l SAORAMEiNTO STREET, 
below Kearny. jal lm 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands and Upi-ifflits*, 

A. BORD, Paris, jnst received. 
FKOM SSOe TO DsSOO UPWARDS, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, niar Howard. 
Also, a large assortment of Sheet Music, Musioa 
Instruments, Fancy Goods, etc. de!5 tjal 




■T*0 GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 
"— ' feotly-fitting Coat built, a Gentleman ahonld 



P. LIESENFELD, 

MANUFAOTURER OF BIL- 
llnrd Tables, 571 MARKET 
STREET, below Second. San 
Francisco. Sole Agent for Phe- 
lao A Collender's P«ient Billiard Tables and New 
Improved (Eureka iWtre Ooshions. Paten (*<i May 
2d, 187L d«4 m 



go to G. B. DAVIS, Fashionable Tailor, GOV 



Kearoy street, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO'a„S. 
all tbe affairs of life be sore and conaultj/ju 
PROFESSOR DAHM. tbe molt popular of i<^ 

Astrologers, at No. 081 California strsst, above 



1 W*Z€£M>m&*" 

v.^t? ilj. sicept Bn»d*j. ow 

I». BOGABDTJS 

— AT— 

Iftrohant St. and 535 Waioington 8t 

Below Montgomery Bl«k- ^^^^_ 



WEDNESDAY JA.NUAM 10. 1872 



MBARD ON THE CAU^PACIFIO RAILROAD. 

PlaAUU la thorou«»ly dl.trlb«ted «T. 

or do» on the «.r. of th« California r» 

c Ifle Ulml, leu.lo. MMOTlIle for 

o and "»« FrnucUeo at 1 o'clock 

P. M. . 

FIGARO ON THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

moo •' Flguro." ure dLlrlonted on the 
Oakland Ferry boat* every afternoon, 
m».tly iintooB the paiteaKcra arriving by 
at great Overland Train. 

FIGARO ON THE VALIEJO BOAT. 

loo "Figaros" are dlatrlboted every 
day among the poMenner" on the Steamer 
Capita), oa her afternoon trip from 
Vatlejo to thin city. 



Death of Gen. Balleck. 

A telegraphic dispatch received this morn- 
ing, informs us of the death of General 
Halleok, which occurred last night at Louis- 
Tille, Kentucky. General Halleck was a 
pioneer resident of California, and at the 
time of his death was oce of the owners of 
.Montgomery Blook, and other property in 
this city. His public record during the 
war is too fresh in the memory of our read- 
ers to need mention by us. 



Something from Tennyson. 

Here is something from Tennyson's new 
poem of a thousand lines: 

Down in a casement sat, 
Alowsnnset nlorjiog round her hair. 
And g10sa7-.hroa.ted grace. Isol' the Quean, 
And wbeci she heard the feet of Tnei.m grind 
The spiring atone that scaled about her tower, 
Mnab'd started, met Dim a. the doors, and there 
Btlied his body with her white embrace. 

"Belted his body" would be all right Al- 
fred, if you were describing the great inter- 
national contest between Heenan and Bay- 
ers. But to say your heroine met Tristram 
at the tower doors and "Belted his body 
with her white embrace," is too suggestive 
of her having "put a head ou him" after 
wards. It is not a good figure of speech for 
a poet-laureate to use. 



A Mi.fcli.room Cl'.y. 

We hear sometimes that the grass is grow- 
ing in tbe streets of a city. The Oakland 
Transcript has an item on mushrooms and 
«ays: 

This dainty article is gathererd by scores 
id our city, and tbe epicure relishes them, 
judging from the sale. 



A French letter-writer says, that journal- 
ists as a rule, are more esteemed and regard- 
ed in Paris than in any other city m Europe, 
and without any exception, lead the pleas- 
antest style of life possible te find among the 
thousand and one different trades and occu- 
pations of the : a ' capital. 

Plckey's Oreme <Ao L-ie 

la equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effects. Every bottle 
Is warranted free from lead or other poiscnouB 
Ingredients. e 

European Bfttafc. 

The largest assortment In the United States 
outside of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 
8 elm berth's music store, 613 Olay street. Agents 
for the Steck Pianos. i 



The Terr finest Photographs to be had only 
at SellivCk & FisHEK'a, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. y 



Reduced .Prices. 

Ouerin & Bon, prize boot and shoe makers, 
337 and 329 Bush street. Must sell $35,600 
worth of boots and shoeB within 60 days, Oall 
and examine our stock. x 



Washing Returned. In One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Laundry. 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California in assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Ccrvllle, of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hlB own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
©Triers to all parts of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. g 

A. Pleasant Liocatlon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Mhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv fine one and is wet 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Saaaaeei. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. r 



Dr. Bourne's Electric Baths, 

Established in 1H52, now conducted by Br. Mo- 
Sparre-n, are recommended by all physicians as tbe 
beat medicinal baiha on tbe Uoaac. 10 Post street, 



MAaonio fernule. 



Adeline, and Carlotta PattL 

The New York Dispatch gives the follow- 
ing account of the two great pnma donnas 
of the age : 

The sisters Patti were born in the sunny 
land of song, bat were educated musically 
here by their parents, one of whom had b»en 
a prima donna of note. Hence they might 
almost be regarded as American artistes. 
Their ancestors were all mueicians of nota- 
bility in Italy, and they have inherited, as if 
by birthright, exquisite voices, and that in- 
stinctive love for music as well as that genial 
and emotional warmth that seems insepar- 
able from the land of their birth. 

Adelina was the first to leave America, 
and choso the operatic stage of Europe for 
the scene of her future labors. She at once 
achieved the pinnacle of fame, and to-day 
she stands with hardly a rival near her lyric 
throne. Now, as ever, she is petted, prized, 
and musically worshiped in every city iu 
Europe. In London this past season she 
saved the fortunes of the Royal Italian Op- 
era, aod is now enjoying a renewed carter 
of triumphs on the continent. We remem- 
ber Adelina Paiti in her youth here, and the 
rich promise she gave of future surpassing 
excellence— we have beard her in the full 
effulgence of her ripened talent — and we 
have ho hesitation in saying that should she 
ever return to this, the land of her early 
adoption, she will receive such a greeting as 
has seldom been given to any other prima 
donna, for Americans have just reason to be 
proud of her wl-ose youthful talents were 
fostered by their smiles, and who now is rec- 
ognized as one of the greatest living lyric 
prima donnas. 

Carlotta Patti did not follow her sister 
until some li tie time had elapsed. She too 
possessed, as all who have heard her know, 
a marvelouB voice, but of a different regis- 
ter and quality to that of her sister Adelina, 
and one which had an equally thrilling effect 
on her auditors. As if intent on securing a 
different sphere of action, she adopted the 
concert room ; and thus the two sisters 
shone as bright particular stars in two dis- 
tinct spheres. Iu London ebe was at once 
recognized as queen of the concert room, 
and during its brief season sang at no less 
than fifty concerts ; thence she was engaged 
at what may be regarded as almost a fabu- 
lous salary, for a concert tour through Ger- 
many, Holland and France. She went to 
Paris as a perfect stranger, but uuaided save 
by her own talent, she achieved even a more 
brilliant success than in London. 

Having thus taken by storm the two great 
capitals, her fame and reputation were ac- 
complished facts, and for six years subse- 
quently she was engaged in concert tours 
tnroughout the whole of continental Eu- 
rope, during which time she sang at upward 
of twelve hundred concerts with unfailing 
Buccess, the singular purity, extraordinary 
compass and exquisite cultivation of her 
voice taking alike, press, public, and critics, 
by storm. 

Her return for a brief period to America, 
and her concert tour, will be well remem- 
bered for the brilliant success she achieved. 
Since then she has visited South America 
with similar results. She is new in Europe, 
and has forsaken at last the concert room 
(except occasionally) for the operatio stage, 
and henceforth will be a friendly rival of her 
sister, Adelina. "Would that they might be 
both he^rd again here, and in opera, with a 
full and efficient company of Italian singers 
to support them. 



Just So. 

The Oakland News has the following: 
Infra Dig.— Figabo mentions a couple of 
respectable burglars who so far forgot (he 
dignity of their profession as to descend to 
' 'rolling a drunk. " Rather than had that oc- 
cur,. Figaro would have rolled the con- 
temptable drunk, himself. 

That is if his name had been "Mac," "We'd 
have rolled him into bed. 



(500 JtPa-lr-s ot Socks, 
At all prices,*; the What Cheer Laundry. * 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Sqaarzi's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present. Tbe egg nog panoh saves a great deal of 
tronble, and is compounded with graat skill. His 
camonB sympoeiam is at 2U Liedesdorff, and is pre- 
sided over by A. ban a, his worthv ancceaaor. u 



For the very best phographs go to Bradley ft 
Hulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed oh Bun* 
day. * 

Best Quality of JDoeslclxi 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Oheer .Laundry 

The PTeTvest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomls. art the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansonie streets, on the way 
o the post-offlco. is agent for all the chief 
American and Englieh magazines and newapa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately ou the arrival of the mall. j 



Make Your Home Boautllul 

By adorning Its walls with pleasant plctureB 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Koliaiyeb, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
makwr, 640 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfally small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room into a bright 
oheerful budoir. A ' 

t'nder the Occidental Hotel, 
112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & B-"dolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
Bllverw- , etc., of the latest styles, finest qual- 
i ty, and at the lowest prioes. x 

To the TJnfortuate. 

Br. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, Ban Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
^ooharge unless he effects a cure. * 



Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair — 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where— at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



The New Remedy. 

For reitoring the hair and cleansing the acalpr 
use Kinkead'e sage-brnah hair tonic and cure fo 
bald tees. It will check tbe hair from falling ont 
To be had of the agent, Jae. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Klnkead, ELao Nev., is 
on each wrapper. e 

Tne Stylish Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street Is called " The" Hat Stobe 
is became, for the style of its hate and the 
moderation of Its charges. It stands without a 
rival. Go to "The"' Hat Sioee, 64" Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. E 



«ew Furnlshng Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry, 



A Scene Not Down In The B.'LN. 

An event occured at Pike's Opera Hoase, 
Cincinnati, lately, which was not down in 
tbe play bills. The Wallack-Bichings com- 
bination were playing "Bob Roy," "The 
play had progressed as usual," pays tbe Cin- 
ciuu*.i Inquirer, "to the poiut where Cap- 
tain Thornton, (£. S. Russell) in attempting 
to cock the pistol with both hands, dis- 
charged the weapon, terribly mangling his 
hand. He tarned as if nothing had happen- 
ed out of the way, and went to tbe usual 
place, but there fell fainting from pain. The 
Dougal, (H. C. Curley) dropped at tho re- 
port, turned two or three times around— as 
stage traditions require the Dougal ore" 
ture to do— jumped up and went fop his 
prisoner, whom he found bleeding and 
senseless at the wing. The mimic dea th was 
applauded. "Splendidly done," said th e 
doctor, who e.t by us. "Did you notice tha* 
he fired direotly in the face of the orchestra 
leader!" said we, "and that he is not up in 
the part?" Several noticed this mueh; no 
one of all the thousand there anything mor* . 
The play proceeded to its c'.ose, someone tak- 
ing tbe remainder of BuBSel'a part. Few im- 
agined that when Helen McGregor, (Mrs. V. 
H. Germon) came on panting as from the 
fight, her excitement was partly caught at a 
couch where she had been hastily minister- 
ing to a pallid Bufiforer, and round which 
were gathered in sympathy the entire com- 
pany, even the Red McGregor feeling for the 
Saxon Obtain, ovar whose couch knelt Dj 
Vernon. A surgeon was hastily eeut for and 
Dr. Johnson amputated the little finger, and 
bound up the hideous wound within hearing 
of the applause without — an applause that 
often illustrates well the "Arabian Nights" 
story of the critics, who praised the statues 
for fidelity to nature, and found fault with 
the real men petrified. 



Juil So. 

The story is told of Dr. Bellamy, that one 
of his Parishoners, who was a notorious 
scamp, came co him saying in the parlance 
of the divinity that pervaded that part of 
New England at the period; "I feel that I 
have obtained a hope" The doctor looked 
surprised. "I realize thatVl am the chief o, 
sinners," continued the hypocritical canter, 
' Your neighbors have been long of the 
opinion," rejoiBed the dector. The man 
wont ou to say out of the lesson: "I feel 
willing to be damned for the glory of God," 
"Well, my friend, I don't know anyone who 
has the slightest objection." 

Oh Yes. 

Somebody says novels familiarize men'B 
minds with societiee not confined to any age 
country, or class. The poorest student 
treads palace rooms. The seamstress in her 
garret penetrates into the exclusive boudeirs. 

Yes, indeed there are thousands who have 
gained an intimate knowledge of the manner 
of life of the EagliBh nobility by reading 
Reynold's novelal 



A Practical IUoatratlon. 

One of the placards carried in the Interna 
tional Procession on Sunday, in New York, 
was inscribed with the text: "And they had 
all things in common." And it was while 
reading this, that one of the victims of po- 
lice apathy felt his watch wrenched away 
from his pocket. Many a one of those hard- 
working aons of toil was a watch-maker in a 
crowd. 



Very few Italian opera singers are now 
found in muBical circles, it having been pro- 
ven that English, French and German ar- 
tis'B have much superior and less effemin- 
ate voices. 



Henry Smith, of Wheeling, who for sis- 
teen years has lived out of doors w.th no 
shelter but a hollow tree, died last week 
from exposure. 

The latter part of a wise man's life ia ta- 
ken up incuring the follies, prejudices, and 
false opinions he has contracted in the for- 
mer. 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. ItB 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
ind other elmilax sounding titles. Ee not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hun & Schmidt, 636 Commercial Bt„ is on the 
wrapper. Hua & Smauni, Successors to P. v. 
Reilly, Agents, H 

* 

Bents Collected 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. a 



Qualities of a. Good Collector. 

Is on time to a minute when the debtor 
says "come to-morrow at nine o'clock." 

Sits on the steps and waits lor hia return 
when be says "I am just going to dinner." 

Insists on stepping out to make change 
when the man "has nothing less than a 
twenty. 

Will go for an "old stranger" every day 
for a month with a cheerful countenance 
about that little account. 

Doesn't mind edging into a crowd to esk 
a fellow. 

Will take a dollar in part if he can't get 
ten in whole, and credu it with thanklul 
alacrity. 

Always suggests a check whan the money 
is not at hand, as he can get it cashed to- 
morrow. 

Always has that account on top so tbe 
men can make no excuao for putting him 
off. 

Don't mind asking for it immediately af- 
ter being treated or pl-.-asantly enteramed. 

Is never in a hurry, can wait till you get 
through. 

Cuts off the retreat of the dodger by 
crossing over to meet him, or follows him 
into a store where he goes to hide. 

Can cough or saluto when the hard case 
wants to pass without seeing him. 

Iu fine— is patient as a post, cheerful as a 
duck, sociable as a flea, brave aa a lion, 
weather-proof as a rubber, cunniDg as a 
fox and watchful es a sparrowhawk. 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, 2Jo. C3 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry of ell binds for sale, 
made to order and repaired.; Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. ' n 



If You want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Fine street Bide. o 



A New Thing In Oysters. 

Joe Giubta, 105 California Market, frontine 
on Summer street, eerves freshly oponed oye- 
tere at gentlemen's residences at ahy hour re- 
quested ou Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
und get Giusti's fresh opened oysters to eacon 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened ou Satur- 
day. 



Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Oases, etc, of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. You will find a large 
stock of it at A. Hirsobman'a Jewelry a tore, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter and Post. G 



Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cus 
omers. Call and see them. 827 and 329 Bush 
Btreet. sa 



Positively 

Those flue goods, Watches aito Jewelbt, at 
806 Market street, are being sold dally at set 
cost. The Btock wru. he closed out. p 

House, Sign and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gadsby, 685 Market, near 8econd. u 

Artificial Limbs, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, iSan 
Francisco. z 

Sax Fbancisoo Stall.— Nob. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place In the city. rj 



Rhenmatlsm, Neuralgia, Colds 

And all similar infliction* speedily and Bnrely 
cored at Dr. Bonme'a Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
Street, Masonic Temple. q 

For wasliinsr 

Shirts, $1 60 perdoz.; small pieces, 60c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry.' • 

Watchoe . " 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale In this city Ib 
offered by J. W. Tuokbb A Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Bets, etc, all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest prlees. 



It Is Perfectly Astonlshlnff 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. x 

Don't wait, but go before the rueh to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
supply iu the city. ^ n 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MME. LENORMAND, 

ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK, TELLS »*. 
fortunes on tbe European plan. Alao # 'jj) # 
gives oorraet information by the aid of mag- i« 
netic influences, as to seat of any ailment or in- 
eidious disease, that has baffled tbe skill of tbe 
most eminent physicians. The Madame has gained 
great renown throughout the East and Europe for 
the marrelloaa onrea she has performed. jlO tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 

619 OLAY STREET. 

•9- A. Dividend, free of Federal Tax, 

of Ten per cant, per annum on all deposit for tbe 
six months ending December 31st 1S71, has been de- 
clared, payable immediately. By order of the 
Board of Directors. 
jalOaw GYRUS W. OARMANY, Secretary 



YV PRICE 50Cts 



AN IMMEDIATE AND PE1SMA- 
nent Care for COUGHS, COLDS, 
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CHOTJF, 
IXFL.CEXZA, C1TAKKU, LOSS OF 
VOICE, Incipient Contuacptlon, and all 
Disease* ef the Throat and Lani«. Ask 
for the California Palmonury Balsam, 
and take no other. 
09* Bold by all Dragglsts. 

J. K. GATES <fc CO., 

Proprietors, 
Cor. Sansonie and Commercial sis. 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE ABENT, 

SEAJtOHER OF RECORDS AWD CONVEY- 
anoer.— Offios in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
ro, directly oppoaito tbe Court House. 
Ij'AKMS and HOMESTEADS for eoleaodto let 



l'iiuju auu nunuiOlAauo 101 

Tarioog part3 of Alameda county 



QXO 

•Win 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SLN- 
gleorineoitB, 

"Well Ughted and Ventilated. 

Untarnished Rooms to let. Lodjring with 
jut board. ALHAMBBA BU1LDINO, 
91V Bnsh street. oo24tf 



PHEATO 

W=Z BRYANT & STRATraT. ~Tft ' 

BUSINESS COLLEGE' 

— 24P0STST., " 

ISAN FR AN CISCO! 

T^HE LARGEST AND THE BEST BUSINESS I 
COLLEGE en the Coast. It educates thor I 
ongtily for Business. Persons of both saxes ace j 
of all pges admitted. Preparatory Department 
for those nottl fed for Business Course. Over V* L 
pupils now in attendance. Students can com I 
mencA&t Any tisre. Tbe public are i> vited to vioi f 
this College. Catalcgueu sent by addressing 
E. P. UEALD. 
President Business College, 
del J tf Ssn FrnnoTsoo. 




MllFORWaJESTAURMT 

NOS. no, fllBANDi-UJIONT 
gomery street, near Merohant.- 
LadieB' Saloon connected vr.ih the Rat- 
aurant. 

J31I1 ot Fare. 

Ice Cream or Cofle*> FREE t< 
uny penun Hpendlns; 8Cc. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroasts 15c *v\ 

Two Egg* lfic [%** 

Three Kggm 80c llS*9y 

Smelts or Salmon, with OoBee lta 1 J» V 

Steiks or Onopa, with Tea or Coffee... Uo ■»* 

Sirloin Steak, do Wo Iff 

Frosh Oysters, Raw or Stewsd ifto " 

Bottle of White Wine lflo 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer,... 15o 

Pies, Padding or Cake 5c 

Out Mq&L Mush er Cracked Wheat fio 

Coffee. Tea, Chocolate, or a GlasB of 

White or Claret Wine (So 

del-H JQHN BEGAN. ProprietorT 



THE CUFF HOUSE!! 

ROCRING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES 
DINNERS AND SUPPEES. 

EBisr. iorr. wife: 

It KING TOUB FAMILY! 

JIICI.VO lOVB UM FKIUNDS 

And enjoy u view of the FINEST OOEAN PAN0 

RAMA IN THE WORLD, all in Bight of 

tbe world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet of wbite-winged naeesengerB entering . 
from every part of the commercial world. 

*&* New Line Bnpeee, connecting with Street ! 
Oai9 at. Lone Mountain every IS minntea hereaftei 
for the Ohff Honte. Fare 25cenlB. 



J. C. COMBES, 

'TERRAPIN LUNCH,"! 

Cor. Second and Tehama street*. 

_ r- Terrapin constantly on bu<Ltj 
Oysters in every etyle, PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIBft. 

mhSl ] m 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Pine Street, above REontojomery.'] 

Terrapin Stews 

WEDSTESDAT8 and FRIDAYS I 

Families and Parties supplied to order. nolS j 



GEORGE MATES 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMS 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH, i 
Stalls Nob. 40, 41, 43, California* 
Market, entrance on California street. *— -' "^=' < < 
Public or private parties and families supplied- 1 
from 6 a.m. to 12 p. m. Ladies' i\nd Gentlemen''' 
Oyster Room open from 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. del32w i 



S0D4 AND SELTZER WATER! 




1 13 Broadway, 



PRICES 



REDUCED 



The Steam Sodi> 
U'ori. m have re- 
duced the prlct 

from SI SO tO 

50c. per Doz. 




AMERICAN & COS 

COMBINATION" OF 



GUlSlDURANCO 



GREATEST BLOOB PURIFIER KNOW 

ENDORSED BV VM'E-PRF.SIIMErrr 
Collax on.! Hon. GeorpeO. Oorham. A *pe- 
; lie ciin. r.,r CAM 'KK, s<:KOFCr.A, SYPHILIS. 
I IIEIMATISM mid NEUHALUIA, ULCEIIA- 
TIONS, SKIN niSBASES, clc. Price, »1 5(1 per 
bottle. Sold by all DnuglEfjl. 

KEDINGTOK", IIOSTETTER A CO., 

Agents, San l-'mnuhco. 




3>r©-w Seeds 



PLANTS. 

T U .S?.P!!? EIVED ' APKIME LOT OF NEW 
«J Alfalfa Clover tjeed, Hvnciutb. GlasBei, Dnton 
SJ&'^m'W S3 f,and ' » ""i assortment of 
SEEDS, BULBS. PLANTS, eto. Cullfornlii 
Tree Seed.; also, SEEDS OE PALMS, An. 
iaV.'Lf? ° ua ' Tree., Fruit Trees, at tbe OLD 
f>rAND. BWbead for ft Gatalogoe. 

, E. If. MOORE, 

,n . II11 ^'^"^ , Se< "5», Bnlbe, Plants, etc., 
' -.g5 Washington St.. Sao FraBoiflOO. 




STAPLET0N, HATTER, 

de25] lg4 KEABXY STREET. [la 



A MAS BON-BONS! 

SAWTA CIiA.«78* HEABQIARTEK8. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS, AND A LARGE ■ 
stookol every variety Hi ; » ods ia their line, 
new &Qd Ireeh, for sale cboin 



-,.10 *.£££ XX * WAGKEKS, 

fleu 107 MontRomery'street, Dear Sut 



Sutter. 




D. ' MENDES'S RED LION | 
3ALOU1V, 310 Oommeroiftl at.. 
bet. Battery aod Front, where he . 
will serve a HOT LUNOH be- 1 
tween tb,B boars of U and 1 p.m. : 



mSMESfjBM ilso (he choicest Wines aod Liq- 
uors. Bnplish Al ) and Porter always en draught, i 4 
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■CEiriC FIR'iT. -Orrtrr or \ Nr.w York Hotel. 
I.»nr» ilnt'Ji'"! aod on tbo wai;h (or an erring hr->lh*r: she 
discover* * Tilitta lover. PLOT and COUNTER PLOT. Ram- 
ley oi the track. Ad everyday incident in New York Lite. I bo 
i red Hot aod Debtor. G^ m» time. Pay, or 1 tl asll jou oo». 
LAURA'S FRIENDSHIP. Skinner's lov* toy Gold. Till. 
TRLXGRAPU to Chifaco. Wsntod— A D1V0ROB. Smoke 
Laura's attomot at tuinga '*«t yonng man. Let a* att take a 
drink THE VILLAINS. PLOT TO SKUUki 
OHLD Tbo un>u«pectlo« Ttotlm cntnea- NOW TO BEOTJRS 
I I! K ROOTY. The signal. Tbo Ascent bv the Elevator. The 
miltake. T*rrible Retribution. GK \ND TABLEAU 

SCESr *K('"X1>.-A STREET IN NEW YORK. Tbo 
Rival B^otblactt^. Professional Jealousies. A Oo-parinerih.p. 
New ideas in AritBroetic. Skinner's sr.ititurio nf bii i scape. 
THE REWARD. Ranilej an Ihe track. HO FUR THE WES V. 
A new way to boy furniture. Stuffy in trouble. Hia appeal to 




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tt»r (■-■»«■ «>tnipl«of iSoatb*s*Un FrooUersnma.. 

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• tbo 1st African •bupsb.ootsr) ....'..'..'..'.'.'.". 

i l>orjday pnecimsas of ITew York Life, j 
ftfty/ilmiif ■ ■■■ 

the Cbeyonnos- bi» Ipjoi 

ludfsns. Bootblocke, Policemen, etc . b; 



9 Only I.EOil 

p.nwi\ K ; i.i.i 

OEOltOR Bl YXOLDH 

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nameroas .- oiiliarie". 



s v v o r * i s or isciii:\T8. 



lira. KONSbTY THK BERT POLTOY. The mothnrnr slsrso 
family Impnagl npoo. The UounWrf, it Bil'. btopThfof: THJi 
btOPBXESS ("M ASM. Jiui'a idoa^ of nontety. 

HOKKK THIRD. -WEST. Trtli BLAOK HILLS. 
Raolley and Montrey captured by Indiana. Tbo Rescae by 
Laura Screaming Pete in love with Laura. Laura orovea her 
self a true beroino. Peto rocs in so&rch ol Redskins. The 
Sapper. Tbo SKep. The Surprise Lunri Raotrfy aT"1 Mo«- 
'rey again captured by Indians. TrlE EXPBOTKD TRAIN. 
Dpstruotion of ths Bridgs by Indiana. Ttio Death Strnggle. 
Ocath of Montrey. Rantr.y bound to a tree, and preparations 
tnado lo burn bim. AHhopn in Umt. Nopnner oao «aro us 
dow, LAURA DOOAIED TO DIE. TERRIBLE YENOK- 
ANCB OF THE RhD MEN. Tbo approaobinx; Train. Aid 
from Hnaveu. Escape of Rflntrey. Lnara saved. ARRIVAL 
OF PETE. 

8EV8ATIOXAA TABLEAT. 



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AMELIA DJEA1V 

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Tbo Danoloc Srotohn;an H Nelson 

Jcnoy SIcDonald Amelis Dean 

l ;7 a * ,d - Mr. Morton 

Mo.McpJouald Mto, Lowdea 

The Sculptor Mr. Forrest 

Tbo Ardent Lovsr Mr.SpraKao 

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lO non beautiful and instruot- 

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318 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

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THE BEOOND DRAMATIC SKA30N UNDER 
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by the week. Stars and traveling oomuanios 
liberally treatod with on application by letter 
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IBURSDAY TAHDABIU1. 1672 



AMUSE MEN TS. Etc 

A'hamhra Theatre 
after * good lint part, and amusiog interlude. 

con4i(t-De of tbe burlesque of "La Roso de St. 

Fldnr." with K*l'y and Leon in the leading roles. 

sod the psrformsace* of the veiealite Reynolds 

Brother*, the extra vagaul piece of ab*urditv called 
" 'A Dime Novel," which oat-berods Hercdintbe 

way of sensatioa. (by tbe by,— how a&ud the 
'Slaughter of ■be Innocent*" do for a sentation 

d rami .'j isprcdaced. cist to tbe full strength of 

the compiDj. and with tbe inimitable Leon io the 

character of tbe BtroiR-mind'-d her:ine, no .won- 
der the Albambra it crowded ni<bt!r. 

California Theatre. 

Shakspa&re's "As Yoq Like It" was txcellently 
veil performed lait night. Mia Annette loce 
read tbe pm of Rosalind in a manner which 
proved that she had a thorough conception of tbe 
part ; John McColloagh gave, doe emphasis to (be 
philosophic*! ntierancee of Jat<ia»s; Miss Ellie 
Wi;t-a made a very pleasicg <>lia: Miss Minnie 
Walton fitted tbe part of Phoebe exactly, ond 
played it with ddiehifol vivacity: llenrj Ed- 
wards resd and acted the character of the Duke 
finely: Owen Marlowe, of whom we see too l.tlle 
on lb? stage, gave a finished piece of acting io 
Orlando, and the play was well performed. It 
will be repeated t*- night. 
Metropolitan Theatre. 

"The Marble Heart" was presented ia excellent 
sljle last nigbt. It was we' 1 put on tbe stage and 
acted throughout. E. T. Stetson portrayed the 
pa«ti3ns of live. jealousy and despair in tbe char- 
acter of Raphael Daobnlst with mnch force. J. 
M. Hard is was vet y g?od as Volsg.\ eome-times 
Dot quite ra'.tling enough, jasta '.fie too delib- 
erate, bat De made bis points in a tiling manner; 
Hiss Henrietta Osboroe mad) an exce lent Marco 
and gained mnch applaoie for the manner in 
wbioh she delivered the cold-blooded speech in 
wbicb she describes bow her heart became marble. 
Miss Fanny Yonng played Maris with m neb feel- 
ing and tbe other parts were we 1 filled. To-night 
the same hill will be played. 
Bella. Vnion. 

Maggie Knigbt, Sarowslls and Montagne, Eng r - 
oia Gerretta, Canie Armstrong and J. H. Larkin, 
and many others, are very good in special acts. The 
pantomimlo sketch eo'itled "Don Juan," which is 
tbe plot of tbe operaof "Don Giovanni" condensed 
and amnsingly burleeqned, is well played by Mias 
Carrie Chapman, who makes a dashing Don Juan 
Samwells, Montagus, J. H. Lirhin. Taylor and' 
Bree. A great hill is in preparation for Saturday 
nigbt. 
Theatie Comique. 

Johnny Taersaod Charley Brooks know haw lo 
rim a show and they give ths public a long vaiied 
and popular entertainment for tbe low price o! ad- 
mission of two bits. The programme appears on 
oar first pige. 
Ihe Oxford. 

The pleasing ballads of Lizzie Harmon, the ec~ 
centrio dance3 of Jimmy Hall, and tbe versatile 
Gosbpragne, the extravaganzt entitled "Whole- 
sale Thieves." and numerous o^ber popular ac:s 
appear in tbe programme forts-night. 
Pavilion Skating Rink. 

Public assemblies every Tuesday, Thuraaay and 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wedoesday, and 5ai- 
nrday afternoons, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day evenings. Club assemblies the other morn- 
ings, afternoons and evenings of tbe week. Pro- 
fessors Lovett and Callie Curtis give an exhibi- 

ion every evenin at o'clock. 
A nntoiiilciil Museum. 

Tbe Florentine Venns is tbe admiration of al 
visitors, and is one of tbe finest works of art in 
San Francisco. The Dying Zouave is an exquisite 
piece of mechanism: tbe De Chaillieu Gorilla as- 
tonishes tbe beholder, and thousands of curiosi- 
ties too nnmerous to mention are on exhibition 
Prize Bell. 

A priz3 ball and entertainment will bs given a 
Fitzgibbon's Dancing School. Charter Oak Ha'), 
Tt9 Market street, between Third and Fourth, an 
der the management of Professor English, on Fri- 
day n ex S. A watch audobain and agcld r;ng will 
be given to tbd bast round dancers— tbe watch to 
the gentleman, and tbe ring to tbe lady. Entries 
for the prizes may be made at tbe Parlor Cigar 
Store, 730 Market etree'. 



Tw» Ways. 

There are two ways cf go-Dg through this 
world. Oae is to make the best of it, and 
the other to make the worst of it. Those 
who take the latter course work had for very 
poor pay. 

Tempting. 

A Sonth- Western paper offers this induce- 
ment: "All subscribers paying in advance, 
will be entitled to a flr3!-class obituary no- 
tice in case of death. 



"What Cutier JLjaundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and ehonld be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Is valid ChaI3 A_srj Bed— One of the bes*. in- 
ventions for bed-ridden people and invalldc, ie 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Lwalid Bed 
Which attracted so much attention at the Me. 
chanic's F-iir. John H. TItcomb, 639 Kearny 
Btreet Is agent for Cslifirnia. r 



To Invalids. Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of tbe "Old Style" hand-made, 
eour-mash stimulant— so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— ie at No. 605 Washing, 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 206 Montgomery 
street. Ask for tbe "Old Stvlo" Bourbon— it ie 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. s 



Home from JBurope, 

Jnliea Porrault. M. D.. member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, t o widely and favorably knows 
in San Francisco, has returned fiom an extended 
tour on tbe continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospital? ia the world, and may 
be consulted at his ofiu-e, 413 Kearny street, b=t. 
California and Pine, West side, over ;he Drug 
store. a 

HoliU Fare. 

Those Who have no family circlB where they can 
keep Christmas and New Tear's holidays, can fare 
enmptnonsly at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There tbey can find every 
Injury of <be season: tbe choicest wine*, and the 
most exp- -need of cooks and attendants. The 
private ro. ^i3 far dinner and Bnpper parties, are 
the admiration of all who have seen them, j ,Y 



What Cheer Laundry 
SfLs the beet laundry in San Francisco 



Opening Remarks in .nark. Twain'* 
Lecture. 

Ladies asd Gentlemen: Bsrequestofthe 
chairman of the comluUtee, who has been 
very busy arid is very tired, I suppose, ia^k 
leave to introduce to you toe lecturer of 
the evening, Mr. Clemens, otherwise Mark 
Twain, a gentlemen whose great learniDg, 
whose historical accuracy; whOBe devo'.iou 
to ecience, and whose veneration for the 
truth [laughter] are only equaled by hie 
moral character and his mpjeatic presence. 
[Renewed laughter,] I reter these va^ne 
general terms to myself. {Giggling.] I 
am a little opposed to the cu-iom of cere- 
moniously introducing the lecturer to the 
audience, because it teems to me unneces- 
sary where the man has been properly ad- 
vertised [laughter], and besides it is very 
uxcomfoi table for the lecturer. But where 
it Is the custom, anr introduction ought to 
be made, and I had rather make it myself 
Io my own case, .and then I can rely on 
gettmg in all the facts. [Continued laugh- 
ter.J 1: is not af-imple introduction mat 
I mind. I don't really care tor that at all, 
but it is tbe compliments that sometimes 
go with It — that U- wnat fcurts. It would 
make anyone uncomfortable. You can 
fancy a young lady introduced to a parlor- 
full of company as the best conversation- 
alist, the best model in t-very w^y, in her 
section ol the country. You might jnstas 
well knock her iu the head. Sbetould not 
say a word the rest of the evening. 

I never had but one public introduction 
that seemed exactly the thing; that seemed 
to be a very inspiration in the way ot an 
introduction. The gentleman had a good 
head, and sard he euupt-S^i I didn't want 
any compliments. I said he was exactly 
right, I didn't want any compliments. And 
when he introduced me he said. "Lidies 
and gentleman, I stall not waste aay un- 
Ltce&eary time m the introduction. I 
don't know anything about this man; 
[laughter] at 1 ast I ouly ktiow two things 
ubout biuj; one is that be bas never been 
in the penitentiary, and the other ia I can't 
imagine wLy." [ProioLged laughter.] 
Now such an introduction puts a m.m 
right at ea.-e. [Laughter.] 

Spntferlnfa From Jmly'a Pen. 

Judy to her young friends: All that is 
necessary for the perfect enjoyment ol the 
fragrant sausage is — confidence. 

The cheapest wine you caa drink— The 
wine of other people. 

The pleasantest ringing in one's ears— The 
dinner-bell. 

Girls should not try a soldier* patience 
because he can stand a tease. 

Laps of time— Old coat tails, 

Moving for a new trial— Popping to Mrs. 
No. 2. 

Mock-Turtle— Eiseing before company, 
and fighting afterwards. 

Pillows, though not belonging to the hu- 
man specieB, come under the head of ration- 
al beings. 

To Ladies— Never kiss a swearer; it ie 
catching. 

Hint to topers: How to keep a holiday- 
Keep sober. 

An artificial florist who lives upon the sec- 
ond floor, may be called a Florer. 

Worth thinking of —Though soldiers pro- 
fess to love the wives they leave behind 
them, they somehow go away in transports. 

A Noose-psper — A marriage certififiate. 



Nice Old Gentleman. 

An elderly gentleman was recently "confi- 
fidenced by sharpers on a train running into 
Keokuk, who induced him to buy a draft 
cworthless) on Buffalo for $157 40, he pay- 
ing them two $100 bills, and they giving him 
$±2 as change. The conductor took the first 
opportunity to quietly suggest to the inno- 
cent old man that he was afraid tbe draft was 
a fraud. "Wall," was tbe bland response 
of the imperturbable greeney, u -if it is any 
bisger fraud than my two S100 notes were, 
then I am not SA2 ahead— which I think I 
am. I am not in the bablt of dealing in 
counterfeit currency, but I always keep a 
little of that stuff about me for tbe benefit 
of that sort of custom.-rs." 



New Dress. 

The Gcass Valley Union, one of our most 
valued exchanges, has donned anew dreBS 
for the new year, and looks veiy bright with 
its well chosen-seJected matter and sensi- 
ble editorials set in new type. 



If you wish io buy a watch o: any article of 
jevrelry cr silverware, go to A. Hirechmao, 133 
Eearny street, who keeps cone but good arti- 
cles, with fm.ll promts. His guarantee Is reli- 
able. Watches caref ally rep .ir«l. g 



.Toli'i Ice C'ri-iim Saloon. 

Tbe best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
tbe theatre to *tec fine Oysters, Ice Oream and 
Fancy Candies is at No. 317 Kearny street, between 
Le Old pioneer, P. Job, always 



C*r antl Steamer Mews Agency. 

A. Eronbert,', the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe care of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of FiOino 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
With tlit- lutt-at San Francisco dailies and all 
he Easiern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. - 



Do You Iiiio-\v 

That witU BrjiTEaics's ParrEESB you can cut 
iRd make any garment to fit perfectly I Send 
joetage Btamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
1. Dealing, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
Machine, No. 113 EearLV street, between Butter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 

>'ew York Store. 

Cheap and nno jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, gt A. B. 
Sampsos & Co's. New Xork Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics* Fair awarded the first 
premium for raperior taste and elegance of 
workmanship ia the aiillmery line, to Mrs. 
Cowles of the '-New House," iu Third street. 
Mrs Cowle's stoci 1b unsurpassed by any In 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, eh 

IT You Want 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, sand them to the What Cheer Laun* 
ftry. 



A Murderer on Oratory. 

[From the Galaxy.] 

We have received from a good friend in 
Virginia the following farther illustration 
of the extent to which the insensibility of 
criminals is carrried: 

While still a very young man, on account 
of his uncommon ability and legal acquire- 
ments, Mr. Kicbard Coleman was made 
jndge of one of the eastern circuits in 
Virginia in the year 18 -. Having hitherto 
led the life of a student and scholar, 
he had no extended reputation ex- 
cept among bis brethren, and as 
connected with the prolession, and 
had never been in politic?. Shortly after be 
went upon tbe bench a most cold-blooded 
and cruel murder was perpetrated in bis dis- 
trict by a very notoriously bad man. The 
murderer was apprehended, tried and con- 
vioted of murder in tbe first degree. Judge 
G. proceeded to pronounce tbe sentence, the 
first be bad ever had to, whiob be bad pre- 
pared with great care, and,8B be himself ?aid 
tbe best of which he was capable, and which 
be had afterward in similar sentences been 
obliged to make the batis of them all. 
Such was tbe solemnity of the occasion and 
tbe lervid eloquence of tbe judge, that all 
who listened to the sentence passed 
were moved to tears, all except the pris- 
oner at tbe bar, who wts observed 
to ba looking at the ceiling, 
and to pay no attention whatever, appearing 
wholly indifferent to what was going on. 
After he bad been remanded to jail, one of 
the junior members of the bar having 
his curiosity excited, and Judge O. also 
wishing to know what effect his eloquence 
bad upon the criminal, went into the 
cell where the prisoner was and inquired of 
him bow be felt when Jadee G. was passing 
sentence on him. "What?" said tbe crim- 
inal, "what do yon mean?" "I mean when 
the Judge was telling you that you were to 
be bung and urging you to prepare for the 
awful doom that awaited you/' "You mean 
when be was talking to me?" "Yes." "Oh! 
I never paid no 'tention to Dick Coleman; he 
ain't no public speaker nohow.** 

Tiie Size oX trie Union. 

It has been said that there is only one 
man who has a correct idea of tbe size of tbe 
United States, and be is the man wbo drove 
a yoke of oxen In 1850-51 from Maine to 
California. However this may be, tbe news- 
papers remark that "few people realizs the 
immensity of our territorial area," is true. 
There are in the great West eleven Terri- 
tories, two cr tbree of which are twice or 
three times as large as all New Eagland; and 
it ia a small Territory that is not at least 
ten times as large as Massachusetts. Colorado 
is thirteen times as large as Massachusetts, 
while Dakota and Arizona are half as large 
again as Colorado. The eleven Territories, 
as accurately as can at present be ascertained, 
contain over one billion and a quarter of 
acres (1,035,385,919), exceeding ny nearly 
two hundred thousand square miles fne 
aggregate territory of all the present admit- 
ted States of the Union. The Territory of 
Alaska, containing 369,529,600 acres, ie in- 
eluded in tbe number of acres stated. 



The Luxuries of Life. 

Tbe n.ao wbo does not care what be eats, is 
□ot worth much as a man. Tbe greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good living. The best 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by the 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared .Eastern sad 
California oysters, oyster omlettea and other del- 
icacies served under tbe able supervision of tbe 
genial Winant. and Charley Hacke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Salaou, at the famous 
Faoifio Oysters Saloon, No. JJT Bosh street aoov 
the Aihambra. It is a favorite resort of epicure* 



Elegant Hresents for the Holiday, 

Economy is wealth. Hsin &- Pollard have $50,000 
too much stock oa band, bicb must he Bold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure ths desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and bilverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Their old customers 
will please rettoUeot tnat their new Btore is at No. 
1 Kearny Btreet. p 



Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Drumm 
street, between Clay and Washington. b 



A Suitable Holiday Frcsent 
For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by John 
P. Dwm&B, 607 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. D 



Ward's Celebrated Slilits 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Marfeet. A. Levins. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post Btreet. 
open on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.! 



Strenjrer, Stop: 

Go to Mr. Reubold, 316 Eneh street, if you 
want hoots made in style ai.d of the best mate- 
rial, his a well fcnown fact that boots made to 
order, are the cheapest in the end. a 



X>r. Barlow J. Sniitlx 

Gives free lectureB (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7J$, at his 
Hygpion Hall, 637 California St., and examines 
patients phrenologically as to health. <j 



But no Sewing Machtne until you hove seen 
the Elliptic. A H. Suplee, Agei t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 

Mrs. O. Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 510 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. 



A.\D STILL XO AVOKB I'KOM TOTJ. 
Another dsy, another day, 

And still no word from you. 
Tbe fcunlitfht is so far away ;— 

When vtill Its rays break through 
The clouds that arch my life's bright sky ? 

I waken with the morn 
And say, " Faint not, for by-sud-by 

Joy's bird* shall all return." 



So I"have reasoned with my heart, 

And yet so tired am I 
In waiting for my llfe'B best part — 

The tanty by-and-by. 
When will, when will the sun of hope 

The darksome clouds break through ? 
When will the door of alienee opo 

That I may heir from you ? 



|£H 



Ease and Luxury. 

We overheard a lady say tb e other day 
" When I em rich, my dear, X am going to buy 
me a erjlendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
juft like what they Bend you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental eland 
now has the very finest carriages In the State. 
There is a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences tor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and tor the theatre and opera; the 
Landaus and splendid six-seat Bockaways for 
drives on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Bouton, or at the stables, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. 

After tri© Bella Union 

Comlque and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Keamy, Kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese-made cigar In 
the store, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the finest imported Hav anas. 
A fine Etock of handBome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable tor 
presents during the oming holidays. Every. 
thing at prices to suit the times. w* 



The Best Farm IVagen. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm .Wagon is 
the best ; over 500 sold on this coast. Mills 
k Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. b 



Why AeeBbown's Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
like Garland's Vegetable Cough Props 7 
cause they are Nature's great restorers, 

McDowell, Snow Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Ke arny. 
New York Dry Goods Store, 

S13 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra* 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctions very cheap. Remember the number.* 



Go and See Tiaem. 

The flue sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J.A.Shafcer&Co.'B, 707 Market street, near 
xhlrd, which are offered for sale for cash lower 
than ever before in San Francisco. * 

* — 

I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study [more particularly to 
chronic and Bpecillo practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leideadorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A. Word to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant In the city 
is the Delmonico Bestaurant, 41 Second Btreet, 
where first-class cooks and the beet of every 
thing in the market are to be found. k 

Laules' *VIeltlnjr Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwteb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Stake Yourself at Home, 

Ton can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
'The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. K. Manning, at T20 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. A cosy place for Wmternighte. 
Pool and billiards. aeiam chowder all night z 



S.T. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for SI per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left out four times a month.] 

Auctioneer*. 

J. Terry & Co., (furniture) 309 and 3U Pine street. 

Booksellers and Stationers, 

Hitchcock, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 Sanaeme. 

Business ColIegTes. 
Heald's, Bryant & Stratton, 24 Post. 

Batchers. 
Lnmsden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market, 

Sutter etreet Bide. - 
Wray, Jacob, StallaS and 9, California Market. 
Kati, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brass Fonnderles* 
Weed & Kingwel), California, 125 First at. 

CIbtiu** and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen A Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M.. corner Sanaome and Market, and 
Ellis and Markeh 

Gtothlne (Retail). 
Hagary A- Co., teticceasors to H. M. LockwoedA 

Co.), 231 Ksarny etreet. 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearsy, cor. Pine. 

Crockery, Glouware, etc* 
Donglas P. <t Co.. 131 Kearny etreet. 

Confectioners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candles, etc 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street 

Becalomanle Depot. 
Mrs, Cotter, 70 Silver street, near Third. 

Employment Offices, 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Goods. 
Locan A Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 S utter, 

Hardware. 
R. F. Osboro A Co., 749 Market. 

Harness and Si-ddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. & Co., 104 sod 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F., 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Frend, m'ftr & inventor, 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Unman Hair. 
SampBon, A. B. & Co., 102 Second Btreet. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelspiel, 8. tc. AOo., (agents for United State 
Watch Co.) 313 Bush. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hinz. 5 and 7 Sntter, and 506 Market 

Mualc and Untlcal Instruments. 
Cohen Simon & Brother, 345 Kearny, 
Handel House Masic Store.NewMontg'y.n'rHow'd 
Keene, O. 0., mftr. accordi&ne, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble "Works, 
Daniel, John A Co., 421 Pine street. 

Mnccaront Manofaclarers. 
Brienardello, Macchiavello & Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Produce Commlmlon Merchants, 
Mugaa A Moran. corner Drumm and Clay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

Kldlnv Academies. 
Lusk's, 737 Folsom street, bet. Third and Four th! 

Bestan rant s. 
Philadelphia R-staurant, 408 Pine Btreet. 

Sewing Machines/ 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery. 
Willcox A Gibbs, S. M. Co., H3 PoBt Bt. 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street 

Silvered Crystal Boor Pla . 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Sickle.-, Caleb M.. 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee JOealert. 
Occidental Tea Store, S40 Market, opo. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brether, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Surgeons* 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

Wlues mad Llqnon (wholesale). 
DaceriF. * Co., 504 Front. 



The inventor of this really wonderful TONIO 
after a series of years and experiments has sac- 
ceeded in brioging before tbe public all that can 
can be deeired of a pure Tonlo and Recaperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have carefully tested and examined yonrl XI 
Bitters, and bnd that tbev cannot fail to be bent 
icial as a tonic and promoter of digestif. 

G. HOLLASTJ. 

City. ani> Count* Hospital, San Francises 
June 20 tb, 1871.— 1 should judge that the 1X1 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Lobs of Appetite, and eimJla' 
complaints, beine composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principa'.ly used in diseasei 
of that nature, and are of the greatest efficient 1 
in their care.— F. H. JiSGELB, M. jy, Ass't Beat' 
dent Physician, Apothecary C A O. Hospital. 

State Asbateb's Office, San Francisco, Jul] 
21st, 1871.— I have made a careful examination o 
yonrl X L Bitters, and have found them entirel> 
tree of deleterious miner*' -oot-iarjces.— Yonn 
etc - , TFr ,,,, State Assaysr. 

Beware of Counterfeit* ! None genuiti 
without the signature of Dr. Henley across tbi 
top of each bottle. For Bale everywhere, 

H. EPSTJETN <fe CO., Sole Proprietors, 
au5 tf 518 Front street, S. F. 





HpHAT IN THAT LITTLE STOEE, NO" 8 

^ Second etreet, there are more perfect-fitting 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail tbaa is 
any other store in the c ity. Six years' experience 
in selling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated tba 

XH3 PgOdLg 1IHE XH3M) 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

Wo. S Second street* 

jyl91m BUNKDIOT 4 00. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.E. cor. Jackson, and Kearny its. 

THE GREAT EBADIOAT OR OF SPECIAI 
COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital 
London, nine years in Sacramento, and tbe las) 
ten years in San Francisco. HAS RETDBNKI 
TO PRAOTIOE. After devoting 40 years of hi 
life to professional practice, and tbe sutcesafn 
treatment, of those OURONIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter 
mined to retire from his profession, and devotf 
the remainder of his days to q-aiet-life enjoy; 
run' t; hnt the constant applications from ttn 
suffering everywhere, to come to their relief 
finally determined him to visit once more tb< 
scenes of his early' triumphs, Lock Hospital 
epend a year within its wards, and inform him 
eelf of all the new method a of treatment in thei 
celebrated institution, and then give a few mor 
years of bis life to tbe alleviation of Buffering hu 
manity. He is am in located at his old office, cor 
ner Jackson and Kearny etreet s, wbere for 10 year 
previous bis practice as a SPECIALIST resaltei 
in tbe cure of all cases brought under biacarc 
Tbe Doctor's motto Is "honorable and snecessfs 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

J>K. CHAS. Iff. TOZES, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jacksoa streets, 
del2tf San Francisco. 



& 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON- 
derful Fortune Teller in the world, can , 
be found at >o. 835 Pacific Btreet, between 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witcb 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re 
turns anything tbab is lost, stolen, or ran away, am 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will give lor 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forget to cal 
and see him. jyl3 lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOUS FLATOK. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOU WAN 
tbe seed, buy one. Pricp, Si.OO, For ss! 
by GEORGE HUGHES. »13 and 315 Wasting 
ton Btreet. de20 2w 



Pioneer Shirt (manufactory 

No. 327 EEABNY 8TKEET, 
AnjoririNQ the Weed SEwrsa Machete Sxoee 

GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDEI 
and dta guaranteed. Our reputation (0 i 
makiiig PJEKFECT-FITTINO NHIKTt 

to order is well known. Gents' Furnishing Good 
at the lowest rate. jy23 tf 



HOLIDAY CANDIES 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES 
Cornecopias, Candy Toys, and 



the Little Folks^at Mercer's Pionceer 
ufactorieB. 518 Kearny street, and „, 
street. Oonntryordera filled to any extent. 



very thing fo 
andy Man 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academj 

For Ladies and Gentle 
men, 737 Folsom st. 
bet Third and Fourth. 
delS tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OF CALIFORNIA, 73*^ --JS 
Market street, between Third and tr Jk 
" irth. San Francisco. Manufacturer .ibdSL. 

he best kinds of TRUSSES ARD ,0 ^ c:= 

SUPPORTERS. *»• All articles in this line coo 

»stantlyen hand, and repair* made st (reasonable 
prices. d«22 3 1 



MOWLAM D*S 

COMPOUND 

Wild Cherry 



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^ ^y PARKER HOUSE. 



■am rKiioncoi nniDiT. jaxcaky ii. ■ 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



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Hi) ANNETTE INCEmIss Henrietta Osborne as ITIIe Mareo 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



Two 3V 



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imc w o o I jn KNianT 
THIS mnM January".! 



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THI* 



JAM!' AMY II 



MARBLE H 




As Yoa Like It! 

■IK tt^rrr. 

VI . • 

'"•■ C. ft. SanAii.,. 

TV. »i * > il ix*. , .Mun. 

OrtAAVl .. • UarloA. 

PiWr»*fii H rraie- 

■ l-.it-. 
tm tm - » ■»»*.* Pnnrti 

Mr. nm.i 

' U'nrj 

^■■-. C WllllAAOAOD 

A U*. rml Frank. 

Cr-»r.« »»• Wr.* *v w. a. M..i,.r.r 

/. TnvrAoe., Jr 
P»o- • . .Mr. ftoovvn 

....Mr. rrtich 
Cmtm 

TO-ArOKSOW IVUlrSO- 

Th. C a l i W juti l GorxtAo Tra£*dleone, 

3KEAC1.AZXLO V JilKTElT^. 

Will »b rlr »p;«*r la Anglian Tr.»-*ar u 

Xj iA P T MA O 33 BTS. 

• ATI' SDAT, .1 I o cM- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

A'BI-I". I* Mil r>irt« of the lion-. . Blalf Frl«c 
■ DAY ITDD 
LAST NIOHT Or MISS INCE. 

IS AOTIVE PREPARATIOr- 

H.OTTOJ3 HT NOIR. 






TH3D SCUI_iF»TOR'S DREAM! 



A.t Kir-I. 



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. (( Alb.Bi. 



Cr.u-o. 
A.-l Scrond 

■UFBtFJ. IIVHAMT. A rX.XI.PTOR 

r.rdia.tj Vol.*-, to E-lliyr 

Lord MrrlcD, ad Enfll.h NoM.raan 

Ttonr.nl r*.at^om.nr.o«. • buttotfir 

Hon*. Tnik>ta a rleA P.'l.taa 

Frr4 d. Ovarey. a Oentl.tooo 

Job., . 



UlTN, AlC. 



.MA A T. UTITSO* 
Juh H. n.rdM 

llarrv rulton 

Will:. Bimn-a 

Orvlll. Wllron 

. . .Ml*. PAOOlA VoUDg 



Upll.'e A ilr-' ■« 
ILLS I 



ITLLS alAftUO 

Mm*. DacbAlct. molh.r of n.pharl 

ri.nier.iln. 

Ma-1.11. 

Fedora 

Mara*. A poor Orpban 



ACT I THK IIHfclAH. Sri-nr, Sladlo of Fhldln., at A Ihena. 

ACT II — Tl« Arll.t*. Bcti-vat at the Foreat of Fontalneblena. Period, 1S54 

ACT III A ■enlplor'. Sladlo In FarlA. 

ACT IV Drawing-room In a Villa lo the Bolt de B 

ACV V Tbo Scalp to.'. Studio. THE RKAI.I 



MR. A T. BTETSOII 

Jinn M. lUrdl. 

A Kelhr 

Willi. Bltomi 

H.rrv Ooltoo 

. ..... John M.fiulr. 

Fred Willi. m, 

1. R. Wallow 

MI33 BEX1UETTA OKBORNa 

atr«. Frank Baa 

atlae Maggie Moore 

H'ae hu-le Sonic 

UllUdl I'Ntl* 

UlM F.nnj Young 



ulogne. 
/.ITIOV or THE DEU1I 




IN ACTIVE PREPARATION T ja IE JR. JEJ JO FOO 151 BT 33 O O K. 

a^Tbo Piano naed Id tbis Th«Atre 1b from Sherman & Hyde's, corner Kearny And Sntter etrceta. 

Drei. t'lrcte and Orche.tra '. Al OO I Gallery 25 Cents 

I'Ki'inri Sol nAT-Wo .xtra oharge for Reserrod Beato. 

ttiT Car. will leave the Theatre for the Mission and North Beach every Dlght At the close ol the performance. 



( V HKI I 1 II \ I'M A \ 



Mlcl-Alr c* y munaatlos 

I.IuS HHWIIJ.t ua I li»H MOHTAOUA 



Him 



1I.1--.V Mu»loal Triin->.(li' 

MAf.l.ll KMi.lIT 



• t»« ami D..fe . 

unikabl. I'.aio 



< brl. Malbrw. 

111..C AA.tob fnt ll.d 



DOIV JTJ AN! 

noBJaati Out ■ i'ii»pni-n 

*(*Artf»nMJcB I^rn HftO-WrlU 

Dili C^min (lh. BtAli*) .( ||. I^ikln 

Uid Worsts K<1 MOII'I'll 

I'aaaadi* Ttilor Aid BJ»« 

I^dlM. (•.••U. Ft AMDto, it«. 

Or-rtMr.-Ai 1. o'cloc k 

1.10 \ 1 1.1 <.hi ht iH-nirnn fTTA 



ACTORS STUDIO. 

K»llr TbompAOM 



FADEH, OEIWT OX II i I M. 

CARRIE ARMSTRONG Aorl J. H. I.AKKIM. 



Hew Conic Ions . 



..Vtmrm *t»rr 



10 MINUTES WITH THE ONLY MAGGIE KNIGHT 



To coDOlad.wltb (be Loot. Fftiry EstraTAcuira •ollUffd 

The Nymphs of the Hill 

Daitj Diddlsr— a fA»t youth CUnt Slttr 

PeiC'l Ploiiip-biscorDpinion Mat. K>lly 

Mnrioi'k McK»f- 1\ fotlo*r*r ol Mrt. Pip Itarr* Thornpaob 

liuukleberrj— a oODtrabnod . ...Loo McUactby 

ltpixj ot H11& iiv. 

Vond»niurj J. H. Larkto I Billy Jr>t,k.(ia Tom m r Eras 

Jeuimj Jonoi... . U. Matbews | Harry Biigx* L. Hamwfllla 

Executioner... J R. Taylor 

NinHTSHADK— A Deformod Dwarf KD. MOIfTAOUK 

Id* 1. a rebel) tnas Eftiry Minnln Filhnora 

Mr-, Peltc&D Pip. a Kcboolmarra Uarrie Obapman 

Floneretta, Queen of the Nymph" Marie Zoel 

SVUI'HS OF TBB HILL. 

Hyaoioth Carrie Arafat roog I Mornnic (Morv Fan Garret loo. 

VioWta Misa JeeeouiQe Sunilnwur ...Eufteoie Gerretta, 

Ut.nie.ift ....Mbkris Brewer I HooeysQckle May I.aroy 



«•' 



INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Tin: A«r«»l\r WHICH WAS 
levied hj Ibl. Coaipaoy to provide for 
»"■• laearre* kjr the OICAT t'HI- 
< AaWI PIRi:, ban aaw been paid la foil. 

1'Hlt III Mlltl.ll AMI FIFTY 
TSOUIAID IMM.I.VRS hav- hern rr- 
Mltted for tettlement or CblenKO laaei, 
whlrh have been adjn.led pronptly and 
paid Dili. 1.11! FOB DOLLAR. 

It I. the policy of thl. Company to 
meet all of It. oMIantlou. IIOMlR.l- 
Itl.Y. aad It aollclt. the pntromtsc of 
the politic who dc.lre to In.nr.- where 
Ikev run .ratal. SOI.ID HECDKIT Tjand 
FAIR UEAI.INO. 

PRINCIPAL OFPI0E: 

416 and 418 California street. 



<J1 STATE TOl'CHARD Preatdcnl 

!». O. KITTLE Vice Prt.loi in 

CIIAISI.ES O. IIAVE.V Secretary 

}.l Im 



JJURINO LAST WE5K. A PLACE WHERE 
all Drlnka are lOc. and of tbo bait quality; 
alao, tbo place to get tb. brat Uot Scotch Punub, 
Tom Aod Jerry, or mixed drlnkf. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUCHT, 

.....TTni.... 

"HOT SCOTCH," 

IS MORTON STREET (near Kearnyl. 

doUtl TCLDMIVS Al BRIOOS. 



THEATRE ROTISSERIE, 

IMA llnpont at., oao door eo.ta of Rnah. 

/A v— -. E. MAHCHAJiD LATE OF TBI 
U*BAa_*''Botlu.ris ReataAUADt" of tb. TJnlos 
^BMf^ Olnb PropH.tor. — The Tablaa provi 
dAd with All tb. Dell cacl a. of the aaaaoa. 
ASrOTSTaliAl IN SVKRT Se>YL«, InSH 



JOHN E. LTJMSDEN, 



I; I'OUKKS. and daalera Ii. 
beat American meet., atali No. u 
0001DENTAL HARKKt' (Sutter 
■treat .Id.). 

^Sf ^!" •"I*.* And peoroDtij ail.d. flood. 
d.lirered free to all part, of the city. nol7 ml 






ALBERT MOHQArfSTERN 
|aah onablA Hair r.nl.e and 
Bathloi K.tabbli.hm..t. No. S 
Seooufl at., nAAr Mark.L Onn- 

olef, B eediof. And Leechln. 
IVo. dA»u' 



jryuxTji! 

CASSIMERE 

BUSINESS 

SUITS, 
^30! $30! 

CUSTOMERS ARK NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear oar -nit. aol... made up in the BEST 
r UTS. 

UltrjSTER, 625 WaThIKGTON STREET 

d*9] 0|*p. Mii*alri-'a Oprrn ll.ni">-. [Im 




Spectacles my Specialty! 



O. MULIjER, 
O-P'X'IOlA.lVt 

SOS MtiitticiMiitrry Ntreet. llnil lllock, 

)n23 tf Ran Frar.ol-.co. 



RBIVtOVAli. 

<tin Cif\(t T0 ANY PKRaSON 

SUHWUREB, I'rofeeaor of Grtat 
My toriaa Hho comi iilc!cne«B after 
< uopolo.il, apd Rive*, cor- 
on nil ii'Tni, i or life. 
Prof. S. h».inrjilual)lu Tohtmanafor 
lovrj, «f>od Inok, aod nlio ■nniDe ynnr "intenTled 
Fofj. SI anfl upwunl Ufflo*. No, §98 W-«liiu»>tou 
•■< and Dupoot. bEtlowiho 
Church, for a nhnrt timo only. jii tf 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

ron »^a.jljjs.. 

OLD BSTABtlSHBD. AMD DOING A 000D 
bnaineai. a« (.be nook, will show. Hoaaon for 
■ ellinjr. tbo proprietor baa other eogaitemecta that 
bo ba* to hillil. 
■3r*Apply a'. ElOAno Office. jriitf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 



snuaro Fren< h 

Dislin*. ■}■> opot*. Trm (Jli'ape.t aod 

Eett R*«*ur«nt in tbo city. Partiaa, 

roomioir to the neiclibnrbood will' 

ftod this homo ccmfortabla aod (,«iet. JsS lm 






E. FARDINI, 

NO. T»0 WASHINGTON STREET, 
(abovo the Plaza), San Franoiico. 
Boota and Sbooa made to order In the 
b*at FronohatyU. _Tba aamo'rnadv-made 
alwaya on bond. no'JS 3m 



ACADEMIC PARIS1ENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

t^OR YOCNO LADfRf,, CONDUCTED BY 
MMK. FURSTKR. 5133 Sattur atrcot, near 
Lotveuworth, Baa Franciioo. ja4 3vr 



MADAME LEROV 

HAS JUST KR0EIVED FROM PARIS AN 
*l#«aoi fltwortmerit ft BoDoata and Roaod 
HaM. Sba inviiaa tbo I .ilia of tood Utt* to call 
and mo tliooj, at No. StG - BCiJH STREET, 

Int floor ]s4Jt 



SIS.A.TIIVO 



H 

9 

S 



(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) 
....AT THE 

PAVILION SKATING RINK 

deT 1 Cor. Poet und Stockton ata. [Im 




Prize Ball and Entertainment 



FITZGIBBON'S DANCING SCHOOL 

CHARTER OAK HALL, 
TOO Murkct et., bet. Third andlFonrlh, 

....OF.... 
FEIDAY...^ JANUARY 1», 1873 

ON WHIOH OCOAStON A WATCH fiA 
ard Chain and ii Gold Rinn will he *& 
awarded to the best Round Dancnm— iLe/ 1 ,1/j? 
Watch to the G«ntleman and tho Itlng n.*-iJ*» 
tho Luiiy. Tho judRe. io be I'hobOT from tho i.u 
diencp. Entry tor tho Priiw *i.no. Prlza list 
at the Parlor Cikjar tStore, 720 Market Btreet. 

TICK ETS FI FTX CENTS 

Dancina to commence at o'cloi k, 

jo4 td PROF. ENGLISH. MaoDRar. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

-A SPLENDID AS- 
... Silverware and Speo- 
taclee. SsllioKat 3J per cent, le-a than 
any other hooee. Call before purchasing 
elnowhere. Every articlo is warranted, vraic 
cleaned and repaired. a-;d warranted for two yei 
at r.he lowest rate-. Call at H. M. LEW.B'S, 655 
CLAY STREET, first Jewelry Store below Kearny 
Btr.ot. E B tat))lshedin 1648/ d e4 lm 



MMK. OARTKR CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. -t John street, one 
dnor from Powell, bet.Paoiflo and 
Jackson, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can be consulted 
on Lawsuits and the various rela- 
tions o( life. Tho Madame can be 
consulted by letter or look of buir. 




HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE QOLD-MOONTEJl PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 

Fine G old-mounted E\ E GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
aad Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at whole-ale 

8 rices, ranging from $10, 91*5.50, fir.. Good Plain 
pera G lasses sold from $.'>, ?t\ $7 SO. 

C. MULLEK, Optician, 

90fi Montgomery -trect, 
' del2 R«bb Botua Block. San Frano . 



Dr.Zeile'sNew Russian Jurkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. .*'i8 Puclflc atrui-t. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of the kind, either la Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartment*. 
Batbiog by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Water*. Suite* of rooms in tbe same 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



BOOTS ! 
BOOTS I 



SHOES! 
SHOES! 



FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. 



EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THPM- 
8e'vf>» of this opprvti.iiiiir, and puroliaao tboir 
stook ot l '■ »' !'['. i and :■. 1 1 1 > i'.s for thu rainy season, 
At Elae- 
l-ADIKS 1 "WEAR. Nolan's where 



French Kid Button Boots ift-1 '(l 

French Kid 8ooilop-top Boots, ....... X % 

Kronen Fox Putton Bootti.ODly 3 HI) 

French Calf Dress Hoots, high cut..,. 2 5n 

Henvv Kid IJootH for Winter near 1 .'ill 

Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmorals..... I 7.1 

Kid Fox HalrrmralB, only ,,. 1 fid 

Kid Fox Double Sole Balmorals 1 7fi 

Extra High Uut UhK Boots, only 2 UO' 

Koglish Lasting Gattera. Double Sole. 1 Vii 
Kid SMnnors, Si; fine French Kid. . . . 1 SO 

Missel.' Kid Button Boot* 2 50 

MiBBer,' D'hlB r-ole Kid Fox Balmorals l 7fi 

Miamift'Douhle Sole UaU Shoes 150 

Ohildrcu'a Finii Calf stiotiLt, only i K 

Children'a Beat Doublo tiutf on Bootti. l 75 
Children's Sowed Top Pebble Goat.. . . I 25 
Children's Copper-Too, 7B0.J Screwed 

Calf 100 

Infants' Shoe?, 15c, 25o.. 500. and 75 

Gents' French Oalf Hand-Seifed •■'«-.- 

tom-made Boota 6 00 

Gents" French Screwed Boots 5 no 

tionta' Top Sola Screwed Boots S IN) 

Gent.,' Calf Pegged Boot^, only 2 60 

Gonta' Kii. Boots, §2, |3 50 and 3 00 

Gents" Double Sole Screwed Boots..., 3 50 
Cents' Congress Gaiters, £1 and $1 50; 

Sewed 2 nn 

Gonta' Robber Boots, only 4 00 

GenU' French Screwed Gaitera 3 .50 

Gents' Brogans, $1 25, $1 .50; ecrowed. 2 HO 
" ta' Screwed Oxford TiM "2 00 



$7 0i 
■1 <m 
4 m 

3 M 

4 50 
:; int 

2 50 

3 (<0 
3 SO 

2 00 
2I'0 

3 50 
2 50 
'J III) 

1 75 

2 .VI 
2 Of) 



10 00 
7 (HI 
7 50 

4 ID 
-1 60 

5 00 



[3 0.1 

a oo 

2 60 




F. PYAT'S 

HUMAN 



HAIR 



STORE, 

I '■£ I Kearny street. 

WHOLESALE AND JBETAIL 
Bt»*N. B.— Wibb h-red for Theatrical purpoeea 
and Masquerade Balls. del lm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clothinjy Emporium, 

£47 and *>*!> "WiinUIiiucIoii afreet* 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Redaction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DSK0R!PTI0N8ri| 
made of tbe beat, matariiilsnnd Otted 
ns if made to order, at piiuea raoging J 
from 

S15 to «4fS. 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, VsJIbbb, TraveliDg Satche|n, etc., on sale 
he lowest prices, m V~ riii 1 1 ,,nd be, convinced. 
'i4>m] 



P. P. MOHttHAllDT. 



ldo4>m] 



PIANOS! 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

A. T T O » W ES "X" A- T LAW 

(Avor.it jrr*n«j»ilB.) 

No. «»0 "WsahlaKtoa Street, loom IT, 

ap2fi (Bat Went com erjacd Kearay). 



Boys' Boreived Shoo?, $1 50; Oxf'd Ties 1 " 

Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No*. 11 nnd 83 Third afreet. 

asr Don't forget the place, first Sboe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. de28 tf 



FRENCH CORSETS. 



T. q. mxTT. 

PIANOS! 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands aud Upr>i<pl&ts» 

A. BORD, Paris, juat received, 
FROAI tSiSOO TO ffSOO UPWARDS, 

ALL AVARRANTKD. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New MoDeRomery street, near Howard. 
Also, a large assortment, of Sheet Music, Muaioa 
In-'iriimente, Fancy Goods, otc. deli tjnl 







q«_:- ^ : ;"[-,.. -...; if 



M*. 



SETS of all priona and qnalitles, ready mad« and 
to order. No. «3l SACRAMENTO STREET, 
below Kearny. jal lm 



P. LIESENFELD, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
iiard Tables, £71 MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 
Francisco. Hole Agent for Pbe- 
lan A Coliendsr's Patsnt Billiard Tablaa and New 
Improved tEoreka.Wira Oasbions, Patented May 
2d, 1071. dtt lm 



rro 



GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 



— feci ly. fitting Coat bm)t, a Gentleman sbooKf 



go to O. B. DAVIS, Fashionable Tailor, 507 



Kearny street, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. 



_ all the _ 
PROFESSOR 

Astrologers, 
Kearny. 



FORMATION IN REGARD TO -•-, 

affairs of life be ears aod oonsnU.' V- 
OR DAHM, the most popular of « 
i, at No. 081 California strsat, abova 



• f 



*{O^H0> 



•» 



n»Q •.■>!? day. except Saad»#, "f 
I>_ BOGABDU8 

— AT— 

32 Merchant St. and 535 Washington 8t 

Below Montgomery BI*ok. 



THUKSDAY JANUARY 11 



1872 



Small Pox Joke«. 

Those Chicago newspapers make fan of 
everything. Here are a few of many small- 
pox jokes which appear in one column in a 
single issue of the Son: 

"If yon want to be wretched, and can't 
take the emall-pox, take the Times. It will 
will answer the same purpose." 

"Chicago must acknowledge defeat in one 
thing at least. Cincinnati can mere than 
double discount us on emall-pox." 

"Hugh Garrity will be tried for assault 
with intent to kill, next month. Beed says 
he will send him up, sure, if he don't get 
the emall-pox again and dodge trial. 

"Brother Alexia is to be here to-morrow 
erening. A squad of policemen will be de- 
tailed to clear away the mad dogs and small- 
pox, so that his train can enter the city." 

"If yoa don't want any callers on New 
Year's day, go to The Board of Health Office 
and ask Br. Bauch for one of thoBe nice, yel- 
low small pox cards to tack up on your door, 
Nail it up in good shape and yen will not be 
troubled." 

If the devil himself were to appear in Chi- 
cago, the street boys would tie a kettle to his 
tail, and the newspapers would be full of 
jokes about him. 

Pleasing Obituaries. 

The following is the happy manner in 
which obituaries are written for the Kansas 
papers: 

"A. youth, during a political discussion, 
knocked the bntt of his gun on the floor, to 
emphasize an argument. His fellow deba- 
ters attended his funeral in a body." 

"Ellen Norton thought shs could jump 
from a three-story window, without hurting 
the sidewalk. Ellen, was right, but she 
won't take any more jumps. Sweet is the 
sleep of the jumpist." 

Resigned. 

The moat resigned man of the present era 
is William M. Tweed. He has resigned as 
Commissioner of Public Works, he has re 
signed as an Erie Director, and he has re 
signed himself into the hands of the sheriff. 
The people will feel resigned when he takes 
a new departure to the beautiful mansion of 

stone at Sing 8ing. 

♦ 

A Useless Worlt. 

A cable dispatch says : 

Napoleon will soon publish a historical 
work, in which startling revelations will be 
made in regard to the French military sys- 
tem during the late war. 

We think that the "work" might be writ- 
ten in four words : "Thfire was no system." 

I>icltoy »s Grome de Uls 

la equal to beet French preparations, and 
without their injurious eu'dcts. Every bottle 
is warranted frea from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. h 

European Music. 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New Xork. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 
Schuberth's music store, Gi'i Clay street. Agents 
for the Steck Piasos. i 

Tliever? finest Photographs t? be hadouly 
at Selleck in Fisqee'6. 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced.- s 



Reduced X*j?lces. 

Guerin & Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
327 and -129 Bush street. Must sell $35,600 
worth of boots and shoes within CO days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

It Is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. retarned the same evening if de- 
sired. ^_^ x 

Waslilrj.gr Returned, in One T>a.y 

And we never disappoint, at the What Ohear 
laundry. 



Oyster Trade. 

The. oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions, Emerson Corville, of the \ trouble, and is compounded 



DEATH OF GEN. HALLECR. 



[We copy the following just and worlhT 
tribute to the memory of General Halleck 
from the Examiner of last overling,] 

It is our melancholy duty to announce 
the death of another distinguished officer 
of the old regular army— Major-General 
Henry W. Halleck is dead ! He died last 
night, at Louisville, Ky., at 8:25 o'clock. 

To every pioneer of this State his mem- 
ory is endeared by his public and private 
virtues. This city and the country at large 
will be appalled at the mournful event, 
coming so quickly after. the death of his 
friend, General Thomas, to both of whom 
the Administration saw fit to order a 
change of command, and now can lament 
the death of both. 

General Halleck was gifted in an ex- 
traordinary degree with the quality of 
affability. His mind was well stored 
with knowledge of maDy subjects, which 
he took delight in imparting, while he 
appreciated theideas and views of others. 
His character was strong and sterling; 
his dislike of showinesa aod vanity was 
intense and unconcealed. He possessed 
a sound judgment and a cultivated intel- 
lect. He was thoroughly just and hon- 
est. Steady and unremitting industry, 
quietly pursued, waH the tenor of his 
life. In matters of business he was 
prompt and methodical; in his studies 
he was patient and laborious. His habits 
of life were simple in the extreme. He 
had few wants and granted himself few 
indulgences. His strong and Belf-de- 
nying charaoter may have made him 
somewhat intolerant of the weakness of 
others; but when intolerance springs 
from such noble Bources it may readily 
be overlooked, r 

The history of his public life is well- 
known to the reading public; and what- 
ever of animosities may have been en- 
kindled against him, by his prominent 
participation in the late civil war, will 
doubtless be mitigated, if not entirely 
obliterated, now that his earthly career 
is ended. Another honest man and good 
soldier has joined the innumerons army 
of the dead. 



Decorations for Women. 

The Empress Eugenie used to wish that 
decorations were bestowed on women as 
well as men. She desired to commence 
with Rosa Bonheur. "A woman !" cried M. 
Fould. "Bat she paints like a man," re- 
plied the EmpresB. At present M. Thiers 
does not seem to object to this idea of deco- 
rating women. He is about to send the 
cross of the Legion of Honor to Lady Pig- 
gott, who was in Paris during the Biege and 
attended the wounded. This time it is not 
the fine art of painting, but the art of doing 
good that is honored. 



SI Ae -split tins:. 

That remarkable young man who does 
dramatic "critioisms" for the Bulletin, 
speaking of the numerous sensations in the 
extravaganza entitled "A Dime Novel" now 
running at the Alhanibra, says they "make 
it quite as side-splitting as any of the thril- 
ling dramas." Hanging scenes, railway ac- 
cidents, fearful leaps, conflagrations, etc., 
are we suppose in his estimation "side split- 
ting." 

-♦ 

Dead. 

The New York Leader died wi;h the old 
year. It used to be a good paper, and at one 
time its dramatio feuillelon was quite a fea- 
ture in its columns. 



SOO Fairs o* H*ocks, 

At all prices, ii the What Cheer Laundry. 



Buddie Rock, -110 Fine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy?«ers to all ports of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame whicn 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Rock" is known everywhere. Q 

A. pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and is wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club Xloase Sausages. 

A well-mid© richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, "get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. p 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Squarzi's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present. The egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
ith great skill. His 



famous symposium is at 29 Liedesdorff. and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worth v successor. c 



Dr. Bourne's Electric Until*, 

Established in 1882, now con.Hcted by Df Mc- 
Bp*rron, are rocommonded by all physicians as the 
bust medicinal baths on the (JoasL. 10 Post street. 
Masonic Temole. , • 

zyinlto Tour Homo Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
in beautiful frames. W. A. Kollmyeb, dealer 
in pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
makflr, 610 "Washington street, just below 
Kearny, wi'3, at a wonderfully small cost . trans- 
form 'the dullest looking room into a bright, 
oheerful budoir. . . A 

"Uncle, tlio Occidental Hotel, 
112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & Randolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
silverware, etc.. of the latest styles, finest qual- 
ty, and at tho lo west pricas. x 

To tlie Unfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco, 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854. for the treatment of chronic 



For the very beBt phographs go to Bradley & 
Rulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day.. * ' 

Best Quality of I>ojj;sl£lii 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

Tlxo PCevrest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomls. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome fireets. on the way 
to the post-office, is agent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



Lever JJucklo Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. i 



Artemni Ward's Early- Lif*. 

Id his lecture on Artemus Ward, Mark 
Twain tells tbe following: 

When Artemus was very young he and 
a companion got bold of a pack of cards and 
learned to play euchre. Artemus was per- 
fectly fascinated with the game, and played 
it as often as be had an opportunity ; but it 
had to be done on tbe sly, and ho had to 
hide his cards from bis parents. So, when 
he was looking out for a place to hide 
them the boys thought tbe safest place 
where tbsy could put the cards was in the 
pocket of the minister's block gown, under 
the very aagis of the church. I d. n't know 
what ffigis means but it's a good word, and 
I suppose it's all right. Well, tbe old min- 
ister was called on to baptise a convert, and 
as he went down into the water wearing the 
gown the cards began to float. Tbe boys 
who were on the bank watching, though in 
great fear, kept their eyeB on the cards. As 
it happened, there came up first two bowers 
and three aces. Of oonrse the boys were 
thrashed and an old aunt of Artemus pro- 
ceeded to lecture him on the enormity of 
the crime. "Why," said Bhe, "just imag- 
ine how the poor man must have felt when 
he saw the cards coming up I I should 
have thought he would have fainted, audi 
don't see how he got out." "Well," said Arte- 
mus, "I don't see how he could help going 
out on such a hand." 



A Hopeful Subject* 

Mr. had taken into his service, for 

general utility, a poor lad for whose spiritual 
welfare he was, of course bonnd to look oat. 
Desiring one morning to pnt in practice 
his benevolent intent, he called the boy to 
his study, and, with a visage of the gravest 
sort, said: "Sam, do you know you are a 
sinner?" "Yes," falteringly replied Sam. 
" Do yon know what will become of you if 
you do not repent?" Receiving no coher- 
ent reply, be launehed into repentance and 
redemption, encouraged by the evident im- 
pression made by his words, and, feeling 
no small compunction the while that he had 
so long neglected a "subjeot of grace," so 
promising. At last a vacant and wandering 
look roused a audden suspicion, to verify 
which he inquired: ' Sam, what is a sin- 
ner?" Imagine the situation when the "sub- 
ject of grace" promptly responded: "Sin- 
ner sir? yes sir, sinners is Btrings in turkey's 
legs, sir!" The sinewB of the parson's face 
relaxed. 



An Untimely End.* 

An exchange says : 

David R. Diokey, of -Randolph, Tipton 
county, Tennessee, came to an untimely end 
last week. He made a bet that be could eat 
four bottles of brandy peacheB and driDk all 
the liquor, together with two full tumblers 
of raw whisky. He drank the whisky and 
finished all the peaches, dropping dead while 
holding the last peach to his mouth. 

"Untimely" because he had not time to 
swallow that last peach, we suppose. It waB 
a pity. If he had lived a minute longer he 
would have won the bet. 



The Plagues of Chicago. , 

Chicago is now suffering from emall-pox 
and mad dogs. The Sun says : 

Among the agreeable companions which a 
person may now meet with in the streets are 
dogs with the small-pox and men with the 
hydrophobia. 

Under these circumstances there is noth- 
ing for it but to shoot the men and vaccinate 

the dogs. 

-*■ 

Very Cheap. 

At the sale of pews at Dr. Stebbins' church 
on Monday. Mr. Pickering of the Bulletin 
got a very cheap pew. Twenty-five dollars 
a year rent I Why, if he goes to church 
twice on Sunday it only amounts to twenty- 
five cents for each admission— the same 
price charged in the gallery of a iheatre. 



THo "New Remedy. 

For restoring tho hair and cleansing tbe scalpr 
use Kinke&d's sage-brush hair tonic and cure fo 
baldness. It mil oheck the heir from falling oot 
To be had of ihc agent. Jos. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Kinkaad. Elko Kev.. ia 
oa each wrapper. k 

Tne Styllsn. Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 047 
Washington street is called " The" Hat Store 
Is because, for the style of Its huts and the 
moderation of Its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Stoee. 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny} , 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. e 



iM'ow Furnlshng Goods, 



Since the Great Redaction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, thoir store has been crowded with cus 
omer3. Call asd see them. 327 and 329 Bush 
street. BH 

Elor\;on'8 Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton'a, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Taie only Horton/s. See that the name 
of Hug & Schmidt, 636 Commercial Bt« is on the 
wrapper. Hog & Sonannx, SutoessoiB to P. I, 
Bellly, Agents. N 

Bents Collected 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont. 
gomery street, above California. s 



Positively 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jewelet, at 
S0G Market street, are being sold dally at net 
co??. The stock will be closed out. r 

House, Sign and Ornumental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
GadBby, 685 Market, near Second. u 

Artificial Limbs, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, iSan 
.Francisco. z 

San Francisco Stall.— Nob. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meatB at cash less than 
any other place in the city. n 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds 

Aod all eimilar inflictions speedily and soroly 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Electrical BathB, 10 Post 
Btreet. Masomo Temple. a 

For Washing 

Shirts, SI 60 per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. • 

Watches. 

The fineBt assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale in this city is 
offered by 3. W. Tdckeb & Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz. Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyi, Pearl and Etruscan Bets, etc, all of 



"Whisky lens Cued liimlTp,** 

There is scarcely a community or neigh- 
borhood from Maine to Oregon, where this 
saying is not used almost every day in the 
year, and altogether to* truly. A subject of 
tbis kind is to be found in almost every town 
The merchant has failed and whiskey has 
done it. The lawyer, with a brilliant talent 
and a large business, has fallen below the 
range of respectability and confidence. 
WhiflHV was tbe sole cause. Tbe politician, 
with bright prospects before bim, haB played 
out, and the aocount is charged towhibUy. 
The Judge, of age, and respectability, is tbe 
subject of private and neighborhood talk. 
His enemies point with derision, and his 
friends hang their heads in shame, and 
whisky baa dooe it. Tbe kind-hearted neigh- 
bor and hard-working-man, has becomes 
pest in sociely, and trouble to his family. 
Whisky beat him. Whisky will beat any 
man living, and that is juBt what it is made 
for. - 

PJotlilnc: New. 

A. contemporary says : 

A dry goods merchant has made a hit in 
advertising by giving free promenade con- 
ceits every evening from seven to nine. His 
store is thronged day and night. 

A man has been doing that on tbe streets 
of San Francisco for some weeks past. He 
gives promenade concerts on a banjo and 
sellB pills. _ 

A Non Sequltnr. 

The Alta, Bpeakingof a district in Ari- 
zona, says : 

This region ought to be rich in minerals, 
for it is poor in everything else. 

This does not necessarily follow, any more 
than it does that because a man is bald- 
headed he must have brains. 



«*»««■* 



An indignant gas customer says that there 
is no use in abusing the gas companies for 
They've always a vile retort ready. 



H. A. Call end ei-. 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry of all bine's for sale, 
made to order end repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. e 



If Ton -want: Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Maikat, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



A New Thing In Oysters. 

Joe Oiusta, 105 California Market, frontine 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oje- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested oo Sunday morniogs. Leave orders 
and get Giusti's fresh opened oysters to eac on 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklace;, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Oanl Oases, etc., of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant nresent. Von will find a large 
stock of it at A. Hiraohroan's Jewelry Store, 133 
Kearny street, between butter and Post. g 



Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George HaaB k 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny slrset. He has the finest 

supply in the city. 6T 



NEW ADVERTISEWlErSTS. 



MM£. LENORBSAND, 

ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK, TELLS -•. 
fortunes on tbe European plarj. A1bo»^jJ)» 
gives correct information by the aid of mag- «« 
□etic itithi6r.c;-6. as to seat of any ailmeni or in- 
sidious disease, that has baffled tbo skill of Llm 
most eminent uhysici.iDs. The Madame has gained 
great renown throughout the East and Europe for 
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AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY- 
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pupils now in attendance. Students can com- 
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toia College. Catalcguea sent t>y addrfsainx 
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Two Kints 15c 

Three Eean »Oe 

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Steaks or Onopa. with Tea or Coffee. ..15c 

Sirloin Steak, do 2W> 

Fresh Oyatera, Raw or Stewed t5o 

Eottie of White Wine , 10c 

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Pics. Padding or Cake 5o 

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dixorsis of 
■M\r FIRST. —OrriCI o» ■ N'v.w York Hoi 
Lnara di*tms*d aid on >b* waicb for an trrtor linthar ; «h»i familj trnpowt QpOD 
dWooranavl aio lover. PLOT aid COVNTKR PLOT. R*n'- ( UOPKir 

\a •T»rTd>r loctdaoi in No*- Voik T.ifp. (he 
Creditor aad DaMar Givama tiro*. Pnjf.fr I'll «»!l jnu out. 
KlrMisHIl'. Mcnij«r'« love for Oold. THE 
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Unrt't attcmot at b>lnga fftat roons m&a. )j«tu* *>ll take a 
drtok. Til. PLOT TO SKLlThK SKINNKR'S 

GOLD Tba : victim oonnv-NUW TO SECUrtK 

THK BOOTY". Tba ii«rnal. Tbe A^oeot by tbe Elevator. The 
miitah. T.rnhla Retnriuiion. C1RAND TABLEAU. 

art-Hi- «i i M' \ iTRBKT IN NfcW YORK. Tbo 

i >oal .lualousies. A (Jo-partntrihip. 

Nra ld*M ■ r's pratitude at hi» Ptcepe. 

THK KKWARD. Raotley to the track. HO FOR THE WEST. 

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TheOoantorfeit rtill. Stop Thle! ! THE 
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BCENK TIIIKT*. - WEST. THE BLACK HILLS. 
Rsntley end Montrey oaptared by Iadians. The R--nn> by 
Laura. ScreamicK Pete in love with Laura. Laura proves her- 
self a true taeniae. Pete (toes in search of Redskine. Tbo 
Sapper. The Slsop. The Surprire Lanm Rantr«yanrl Mon- 
tray again oipMimt bj Indians. THE i:\F'i;oi KD TRAIN. 
Destruction of tho Bridgo by Indians. Too Uoath StrogaTlo. 
Death of Montrey. Rantr.-y bound to a tree, and preparations 
mado to burn him. All hope is lost. Nnp»»ir can -ate us 
now. LAURA DOOMED TO DIE. TERRIBLE VENOK. 
ANOE OF THE Rl- D MSN. The approaoning Train. Aid 
from Hnaveo. Escape ol Ran trey. Laura saved. ARRIVAL 
OF PETE. 

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JenDy Mo Donald Amelia Dean 

Mr. .McDonald Mr. Morton 

Mrt. McDonald Mm. Lowden 

The Sculptor ..Mr. Forrest 

The Ardent Lover Mr.Spraitua 

Other Characters bv tha Company. 



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exhibition at SOS 
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GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And Collene of Medicine. 

Ill (\f\(\ BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
XV/^vvfv* (to obieote to bo seoo. Open to the 
PnblloDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
BIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

09- Dr. Jordan's Private Okficb, oppoait* the 
Meohanice' Fair, 911 Gearv street. au'J 3m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

SACRA SI KM TO . 
Mr. Joa. Proctor L.eaaee and Munocer 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
tha present management commenced on the 
1M ta September, and daring the occasional visits 
of tbe company to San Jose, Stockton and Marya- 
vtlle, 
The Theatre can be Bented by Flr*t> 
cln** Entertainment*. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA CITY, KYYABA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
deooraUtd, and can be rented by tbe night or 
br the week, btara and traveling companies 
liberally trtatod with on application by letter 
JOHN PIPER, 
notf tf Manager and aols Proprietor. 



HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

TO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS, ON 
low terms. It is located on the principa 
street, will seat 600 porsone, and has a good stage. 
Music famished— a full orchestra if needed— on 
most reasonable tarme. Apply to W. O LLOYD 
Petslunta, or at this office. ae'28 3m 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 
M AYE R 8 B A Z A AR, 

Oor. Montgomery »nd Pine straeta. 

IMMENSE VARIETY OF JAPAN A CHINA 
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JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
tba newest pattern ; Gold and Silver Watches from the 
moat reliable manufaotories; Odd Fellows', Masooio. A. P. A., 
Eastern Star, Red Men, aod all other Badges, Marks, Pins, 
etc, always on hand in great variety, wholesale and retail. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 



ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 



OlO Merchant atrcet, bet. Montgomery and Kearny 



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BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 

GIFT BOOKS 

....FOR.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. 



TRY SQUARZA'S PUNCHES 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OF 
the Rocky Mountains ol the best editions of the works of 
the great Painters and Engravers, comprising the leading 

English, French, German and Italian 

BOOKS, 

Together with a choice Beleotion from among the bqst and 
lateat American IllUBtrated WORKS OF ART, POETRY, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound and 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign authors, together with a large assortment 
of Books suitable for Libraries, and a general assortment of 
JUVENILE'S Picture Books. Albums, Bibles, Prayer Books, 
•to., eto For sale at very low prices by . jt 

H. H. MOORE. 

SOO Montgonaeryfitreati ■*«*■* .Merchant* 




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nrwCHJES, for Gentlemen.— Egg Roig (a n*w Panck) 
Morning Comfort, Ladies' Pleasure, Anti-Dyapaptln, Laolag 
Tears, Anti-Divoroe.Welrom*, Cognac, Arrack, Gin, vThlikaj 
Ooooa, Coffee, Tea, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco, Appetiser 
Roman Nectar. Aurora, Farewell, Jamaica Ram. Klrsonwasaar 

COKUUL8, for Ludtea. - i>adiea' Favorite. LadlM 
Pleasure, Ladies' Tears, Strawbarry, Blaokbarry. Mint, Amis' 
Rose. Kimmel. Ooooa. P*~4«« Cafe, Pins Apple, Kiraoh. 

BITTERa.— Hygienic Cholera A atidote Aogartara. Salt 
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FMDAT JAXCAHT 12. 1872 



AMUSEMENTS, Ktc. 

Alhambrs Theatre. 

The thrillingly sensational dram* entitled "A 
Dime Novel" Bbonld be seen by all It is preced- 
ed by a capital first part, songs aod dances by the 
Kaynolds Brothers, and a burlei-iiae ol "La Rose 
de St. FIsur'Mn which Leoo, Edwin Kelly, F*nny 
Gibson and S. Holdewortb sine the gems of the 
•riginal opera. Thia very attractive bill will be 
played at the matinee to-morrow. 
metropolitan Theatre. 

"The Marble Heart" was repeated last night, 
and the actio: of E. T. Stetsoa. Miss Henrietta 
Osborne and James M. Hardie drew mncb ap- 
plause. Miae Maggie Moore gained an enthusias- 
tic encore for the song, "The Clink of Golden Coin" 
which ebe sang capitally, Willie Simms— who is 
making rapid progress in his profession, caused 
encb amasment as Ohateaunmrgeaux. To-night 
"Neck and Neck * will be revived, with E. T. Stet ' 
eon fn his fine impertonation of Walter Wilmarlh 
At the matinee to-morrow, ' The Marble Heirt' 
will be pi lyod. and the eveuiog':* performance will 
consist of Richard III. On Sunday evening, 
"Neck and Neck'' will bs prodased for the la>t 
time. "The Red Pjcket-Book will be produced on 
Monday. 
California Theatre. 

"As Ton Like It" was repeated lust night, Jobn 
McCnllonjh received great applause at the con- 
clusion of the speech commencing "All the 
World's a Stage," which he read admirably. To- 
night Madame Veneta, the German tragedienne, 
will make ber fi.-et appearance in Eng ieh tragedy 
aa Lady Mtcbetb. John McCallough will play the 
Thane : Henry Ed warde, Macduff; W. A. Mestayer, 
Banqao, and J. C. Williamson, Owen Warlowe 
and H. Coad will appear as the Three Witches. 
Madime Veneta a talents are well knows by onr 
German oitlzsna, and if she bas succeeded in 
mastering the difficulties of the English language, 
Bhe is sure to be successful in the character in 



which she appears this evening, "Macbeth" 



be performed at the matinee to-morrow. 
Bella Union. 

The first part of popular ballads, an interlude 
comprising ballads. Bong and dance, character acta, 
the pa-itomime of Don Juan, gymnastic act?, and 
other feature j, aid the afterpiece of "The Nymphs 
of The Hill," make up a mest enjoyable entertaitZ 
mem. Anentiiely new programme has been pre. 
pared for Saturday night. 
The Oxford. 

Amelia Dean, H. Nelson, Lizzie Harmon, Car- 
lova, Jimmy Hall, and a graat troupe of artists 
will appear to-night in a fine programme of dan- 
ceB, songs, acts and pantomime. 
Theatre Comtque. 

A lively first pa't concluding with " Carry the 
News to Mary," followed by an interlude in which 
Frank Jones, Mike Qoinn, Nellie Leonard, Ida 
Fiak, Jake Wallace and otbera appear, and the 
entertainment concludes with "The Poi Hun- 
ters from Honolulu.'' A great Saturday night bill 
is in preparation and Johnny Tuers will make his 
reappearance. 
Mercantile Library Hall. 

Professor B, Plummer will give his second draw- 
ing room entertainment, consisting of character 
personations, elocutionary and humorous sketch**. 
tbie evening at Merchantile Library Hall. His 
first entertainment was very highly apoken of by 
the press. 
Prize Ball. 

A prize ball and entertainment will b3 given at 
Fitzgibbon's Dancing School, Charter Oak Hall, 
"69 Market street, between Third and Fourth, un. 
dsr the management of Professor English, thia 
evening. A watch and chain and a gold ring will 
be given to the beet round dancers— the watch to 
thegeotlemao, and the ring to the lady. Entries 
for the prizes may be made at the Parlor Cigar 
Store. 730 Market street, and afterwards, at the 
hall, up to the time of the content. No one is df- 
birred. Professional pupils and all light-footed 
profioienta can enter. 
Pavilion Skating Rink, 

Pablio assemblies every Tuesday, Thursday and 
Friday mornings, Monday, Wednesday, and Sat- 
urday afternoons, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 

ay evenings. Club assemblies the other morn- 
ingB, afternoonB and evenings of the week. Pro- 
fees ors Love tt and Callie Curtis give an exhibi- 

ion every evenin at o'clock. 
A natomlcal Museum. 

The Florentine Yenns is the admiration of a] 
visitors, and is one of the finest works of art in 
Ban Francisco. Ine Dying Zouave is an exquisite 
pieoe of mechanism; the De Chaillieu Gorilla as- 
tonishes the beholder, and thousands of curiosi- 
ties too numerous to mention are on exhibition 



The Dnbliu University Magazine saya the 
use of tobacco produces hypoeondri&sie, 
amaurosis, and locomotorotazy. Have a 
cigar? 

What; Cheer X-ta.und.ry 

Employs no Chinamen, and Bhonld be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



Invalid Chaib And Bed— One of the beat In- 
ventions for bed-ridden people end invalid?, Is 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Invalid Bed 
■which attracted so much attention at toe Me- 
chanic's Fair, John H. Titcomb, 039 Kearny 
Btreet is agent for CaUfimia. F 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. ' 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
eour-maeh stimulant— so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— Is at No. 605 Washing, 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 306 Montgomery 
Btreet. Ask for the "Old Style" Bonrbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. a 

a- 

Homo from Europe, 

Julien Perrault, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of PariB. bo widely and favorably known 
in ftn Francisco, has returned fiom an extended 
tour on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospitals is the world, and may 
be consulted at his oflice. 413 Kearny Btreet. bet. 



Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can 
keep Ohristc ind New Year's holidays, can fare 
Bumptuouslj Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the season: the choicest wineo, and the 
most experienced of cooks and attendants. The 



What Choer JL*auxjdry 
l£ the best laundry In Ban Francisco 



On the Cars. 

Passengers have no rights which car con- 
ductors era bound to respect. 

A light load — When there are two feet of 
stmding room in the atreet-cara. 

A good load— When passengers hang on 
the platforms of the street-cars by their eye- 
lids. 

A heavy lead— When the rear platform of 
one of the street-cars b reaks down. 

A bad load— Sixty passengers on one of 
the street-cirs when going up a hill. 

In their dotage— Conductors on the street- 
cars who make way for passengers t» get in 
and ont. 

Lively conductors— Those who pnll the 
bell-strap on the street-cars before a passen- 
ger is fairly eff or on. 

Energetic conductors— "Pass up more to 
the. front gentlemen, and make room for the 
ladies!" as said on the care. 

Too officious— A canductor who assists a 
lady with her market basket when getting on 
or off the Btreet-cars, 

Don't mind them —Passengers on the cars 
who complain of the door being open in the 
cold weather, 

A surly dog— A male passenger who insists 
that a car shall stop before he gets oft 

A clever woman — A lady who is given 
standing room on the platform of a car and 
don't complain. 

Slow people— " Don't you dare start the 
car, conductor, until l'am off!" as every day 
say fat old lady passengers on the cars. 



California Brandies. 

The Wine Dealeis' Gazette of San Fran- 
cisco bars : 

California brandies are in bad repute, and 
deservedly. Most of the samples offered for 
gale here, or sent to Eastern markets, are 
execrable It bis been a common praciic; 
to put the pemace into the still which was 
then healed by ill-regulated fire, and the 
skins aDd seeds were burned. Even if the 
mismanagement did not go to that extent, 
the flavor of the seeds waB communicated to 
the vapors, and the result was, what the 
Spanish properly called Aguardiente — a 
true fire water harsh with fuail oil, and va- 
rious odors. 

California brandy is as vile a liquor as was 
ever diBtilled. There is no reason why this 
should be the case. It would surely pay to 
make good brandy. The Gazette continue*-: 

Many circumstances give our State pe- 
culiar advantages for tho production of 
brandy, and our people will not neglect a 
resource so important When a more lib- 
eral policy has lightened the burden and 
vexations now imposed on the distillers, 
when experience and Btudy have improved 
their skill, and wealth and reduced interest 
enable them to ripen their brandy before 
selling, they will drive the best French 
cognacs from the markets of the Western 
world. 



Woman and Man. 

The Woman's Journal gives this as a Bketch 
from real life. It certainly Illustrates a 
wrong that should be righted. "WhenEen 
and I were children Iwa3 the taller. When 
we went to school I studied more than he 
did; I graduated before he did; I read more 
books than he did; if we got into an argu- 
ment I was pretty sure to get the better of 
him— in short, I was ahead of Bon, and I 
patronized him ! But Ben got ahead at 
last. He studied a profession ; I crimped 
and frizzed and fussed. He went into busi- 
ness; I dusted, and arranged and beauti- 
fied. . He is growing rich; I am growing 
poor. He can travel if he chooses ; he can 
invite me to go with him if he chooses ; I 
owl sit at home till I'm invited. He is inde- 
pendent; I am dependent. Ben is a suc- 
cessful bachelor, with the world before him ; 
I an unsuccessful maiden, with no definite 
prospects. Ah, Ben, Ben, this will never 
do— just wait, sir, till I take a start." 



Well, We Don't ^new. 
The Washington Critic has the following : 
The very best cf agricultural fairs— Farm- 
ers' daughters. 

The term "farmers' daughters" 13 funnily 
applied in Ban Francisco. They are not so 
fair, but rather foul— "soiled doves." 



If you wish to buy a watch or any article of 
jewelry or silverware, go to A. Hirachman, 133 
Kearny street, who keeps none but good arti- 
cles, with small proflts. His guarantee is reli- 
able. Watches carefully repsired. o 



Job'* Ice Cream Saloon. 

The beet place for Ladiea and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice Cream and 
Fancy Candies Ib at No. 317 Kearny Btreet, between 



Car and Steamer News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, the news agent for the steamer 
Capital and the cars of the C. P. R. B., besides 
attending to the daUy distribution of Fioaso 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dallies and all 
he Eastern Hluetrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. • 

I>o "SToti Know 

That with Btjtteeick's Paitebhs yon can cut 
and make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. E. 
A. Deming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
&f ac'ilne. No. 118 Kearny street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. • 



Ne-w Torh S$tore. 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Samfsou & Co's. New York Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship ha the millinery line, to Mr*. 
Cowles of the '-New House." 114 Third Btreet. 
Mrs. Oowle'e stock - is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her prioes are very reasonable, bh 



** You Want 

Youi Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Laun- 
dry. 



TUf. LOVE-LETTEE. 

She took it in her trembling hands, 
Thitipooily served her will ; 

Th; wave of life on golden Binds 
Stood for a moment still. 

She read the superscription o'er. 

And broke the careful teal ; 
The precious burden that it bore 

She did not read.'.but feel. 

O, earth, so green with Summer now, 

O, sky of heavenly blue ! 
O, mated buds en every bough 1 

Her thoughts are not of you. 

The hum of friendly tones below, 

The life of pleasant care, 
That swayed her soul an hour ago, 

Kow lulu no longer ther?. 

She knows a love toa pure and high 

For simple worda to speak ; 
Its glory glistens in her eye 

And fcluahes on her cheek. 

Its brighter warmth about her lieB, 

It fills each human need, 
Enfolds her Ufa and glorifies 

The simplest word or deed. 

He has no promise to allure, 

No fairy tale to tell ; 
The Bktll of honest love is sure 

To work its purpose well. 

It Bcorns the flatterer's subtle art, 

The worldling's acted lies ; 
But storms the fortress of the heart, 

And bears away the priz ;. 

Yet brave aB spurred and belted knight, 
More tender still than brave, 

He lifts his captive into light, 
Himself the willing slave. 

O, Love, thy kingdom stands secure, 

Born with Creation's day; 
Thy sweet dominion shall endure 

When earth has passed away. 



The Worst of All. 

Of all vices, take heed of drunkenness. 
It spoils- the health, dismounts the mind and 
unmans men. It reveals secrets, is quarrel 
some, lasciviou?, impudent, dangerous and 
mad. He that is drunk is not a man, be 
cause he is for so long devoid of that reason 
that distinguishes a man from a beaat. 



A riddle which ought never te- be printed 
— Why are engaged ladies like old boots? 
Because they are no good without their fel- 

lOWB. 

Why is a tight-laced lady like a frugal 
housewife ? Because her waist is as little 
as she can make it. 



The luxuries of J. ire. 

The rran who does not oare what be ealB. is 
not worth much as a man. The greatest poets in 
the world have glorified good living. The beat 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by the 
Terrapin etewB, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster omlettosand other del- 
icacies served nnder the aole supervision of tne 
genial Winant, and Charley H&cke, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bey Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon, No. J37 Bash etreet aojtf 
the Alhambra. It is a favorite resort of epicure* 



Elegant Presents for the Holidays. 

Economy is vrealth. Hain £ Pollard have $i0,(00 
too much slock on hand, hich must be sold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Their old customers 
will please recollect cnat their new store ib at .No, 
7 Kearny street. F 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Lrumm 
street, between Clay and Washington, 



A Suitable Holkliiy PjcefBt 
For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by John 
P. Dwteb, C07 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. d 

s 
Ward's Celebrated, Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Lovine. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest si- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock.! 



Strenjrer, Stop : 

Go to Mr. Beubold, 316 Buyh street, if you 
waht boots made In style aid of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known fact that boota made to 
order, are thecheapest in the end. a 



I>r. Barlow J. Smith. 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 Jj, at his 
Hygeian Hall, 637 California et., and examines 
patients phrenological ly as to health. q 



Err ho Sewing Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Suplee, Ager. t, 27 New 
Montgomery Btreet, Grand Hotel Building. 



Mrs, O. Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. t 



Go and See Them. 

Tne fine eets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shaber JfcOo.'s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lower 
than ever before In San Francisco. y 



JDr. Doherty 

Has devoted his Btudy ;more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such 1b 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento etreet, 
corner of Leldesdorfi, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

A. Word to Strangers, 

The best and cheapest restaurant in the city 
Is the Delmonico Bestaurant, 41 Secorid street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing In the market are to be found. e 

L«aaies» "Visiting: Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwteb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. x 

Make Yourself at Home, 
Yon can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
poeite Third. A cosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards— eiaw chowder all night, r 



AKD STIZiX. KO WOKD FBOM YOT7. 

Another day, another day, 

And etill no word from you. 
The sunlight U bo far away ;— 

When viill its rays break through 
The clouds that arch my life's bright sky ? 

X waken with the morn 
And say, " Faint not, for by-and-by 

Joy's birds shall all return." 



8o I have reasoned with my hoarf, 

And yet bo tired am I 
In waiting for my life's bes: part — 

The tardy by-and-by. 
When wlIL when will the sun of hope 

The darksome clouds breakthrough? 
When will the door of silence ope 

That I may hear from you? 



£iu 



Ease and Luxury, 

We overheard a lady Bay th e other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horBea and a Clarence — 
juBt like what they send you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental etand 
now has the very finest carriages in the State. 
There is a private carriage or conpee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and lor the theatre and opera; tne 
Landans and splendid six-seat Rockaways tor 
drives on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orderB for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel#with Franx Bouton, or at the stablep, 
1010 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. 

After, the Sella Union 

Oomique and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
Bmoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Eearny, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese-made cigar in 
the Btore, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the flnaBt imported Havarjas. 
A fine stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable ior 
presents during the earning holidays. Everv. 
thiDg at prices to suit the times. w" 



The Beat Farm TVagen. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm .Wagon iB 
the best ; over 600 sold on this coast. Mills 
& Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. B 



Why Abe Bbown'b Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be< 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. j 

m ,,, ,. , _ 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order. No. 7 Geary 
Btreet, corner Eearny. u 

New York Dry Goods Store. 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goodB daily from New York 
auctions very cheap. Kemomoer the number.* 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for $1 per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left oat four times a mouth.] 

Auctioneers. 
J. Terry k Oo., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine street, 

Bookseller* and Stationer*, 
Hitobcock, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 Saneeme. 

Bnalnesit Colleges. 
Heald's, Bryant & 6 1 rat ton , 24 Poat. 

Batchers. 
Lumsden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market 

Sutter street side. 
Wray, Jacob. Stall* 8 and 0. California Market. 
Katz, Fred, Btalla 94 to 100, Oabfornia Market. 

Bram Fennderles. 
Weed <fc Kingwell, California, 125 First at. 

Cl£iira nnd Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen & Sperling. 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company, 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., corner Sansome and Market, and 
Ellis and Market. 

Clothtncr (Retail). 
Magary A Co., i successors to H. M. Lockwood & 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

Crockery, Gloasware, etc. 
DouglaB P. £ Co.. 131 Kearuy Btreet. 

Confectioner*. 
Weaton's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candled, etc. 
Mercer's, 51S Kearny, and 127 Second street 

Decnlomanle Depot* 
Mrs. Cotter, 71) Silver street, near Third. 

Employment Offices. 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Clay aad Montgomery. 

French Fancy Goedi. 
Locan & Co., 19 Montgomery. 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
P.. F. Osborn & Co.. 749 Market, 

HarneM and Srddtery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. St Co., 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John l 7 ., 561 Market, near Second. 

Hoopi and Corsets. 
M. Freud, m'f'tr £ inventor, 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Hamau Hair. 
SampBon, A. B. i Co., 102 Second atreet. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W. , (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelapiel, S. B. ACc, (agents for United State 
Watch Oo.) 313 Euso. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker. W. & Hinz, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Music and Statical Instruments. 
Cohen Simon & Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Masic Store.NewMontg'y.n'r How'd 
Keene, C. C, uf tr. accordianB, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble Works, 
Daniel, John <b Co., 421 Piue street. 

Muccaronl Mann fact are rs. 
Brignardello. Macchlavello & Oo., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doaue £ Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Pro dace Commission Merchants. 
Mngan & Moran. corner Dramm and Olay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale), 
Weaver, P. L., Agent Hazard Oo., US Front. 

Bid in j Academies. 
Lusk's, 737 Folsom street, bet. Third and Fourth 

Bestanrnnts. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 406 Pine Btreet, 

Sewing Machines- 
Elliptic 27 South Montgomery. 
Wheeler & Wilson, 427 Montgomery 
Willcox & Gibbfl, S. M. Oo., 113 PostsL 

- Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary atreet 

Silvered Crystal Door Pla a 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stove* and Tinware. 
Brown, Obarles. 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Sickler, Caleb M. . 420 and 422 Kearuy. 

Tea nnd Coffee Sealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second. 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 315 Kearny. 

Veterinary Sareeons. 
Alfred Wright, 615 Howard street. 

Wine* and Uqoort (wholesale), 
DineriF. *Oo„ 504 Front 




The inventor of thia really wonderful TONIO, 
after a series of years aod experiments has suc- 
ceeded in bringing before the public all that can 
can be deeired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 
CERTIFICATES: 

I have carefully tested and examined your I X L 
Bitters, and bed that they cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HOLLAR. 

Out asd County Hospital, San Francisco, 
June 20tn, 1-TL— I uhcnld judge that the 1 X L 
Bitters mnst be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Loes of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally used in dise&aea 
of that nature, and are of the greatest efficiency 
in their care.— F. H. Hnrels, M.D., Ass't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary O. & O. Hospital. 

State Abbayee's Office, San Francisco, Jul* 
21et, 167I.-I have made a careful examination of 
your I X L Bitters, and have found them entirely 
free of deleterious miner"' u^btOECee.— Vonrs 
et0 - ,TFV*tf State Afiaayer. 

Beware of Oonnterre!t»» ! None genuins 
without the Bi^natore of Dr. Henley across the 
top of each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

M. EPSTEIN «fe CO., Sole Proprietors, 
anS tf SIS Front Htreet, S. F. 




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'T'HAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO' 8 s 

Second etreet, there are more perfect-fitting 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail than in 
any other store in the city. Six years' experience 
in Balling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated that 

IH1 FJOJL3 1THE XH3M! 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOT 

No. 8 Second street. 



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BKNEDIDT A OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.E. cor. Jackson and Kearny tts. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital, 
London, nine years in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in San Francieeo. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting 40 years of bia 
life to professional practice, and the successful 
treatment of those '.HI RON 10 DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, be deter- 
mined to retire from bis profession, and devote 
the remainder of his days to q^iet-life enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from the 
Buffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumphs, Lock Hospital, 
spend a year within Its wards, and inform him- 
! el f of all the new metheda of treatment in their 
celebrated institution, and then give a few more 
years of bis life to the alleviation of suffericg hu- 
manity. He is agmin looated at his old office, cor- 
ner Jackson and Kearny streets, where for 10 yeart 
previous bis praotice kb a SPECIALIST resulted 
in the cure of all cases brought ander bis care. 
The Doctor's motto Is "honorable aod successfal 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

»K. CHAS. IT. TOZF.TC, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets, 
del2tf San Francisco. 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MOST WON-.i** 
derful Fortune Teller in the world, oan *»wr 
be found at No. 88S Pacific etreet, between • 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all kinds of witch- 
craft, cares all diseases aud spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
enres drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forgot to call 
and see him. iyis lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSK MELONS 

BEEXCIOVS FLAVOR. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOU WANT 
the seed, buy one. Price, $1.00. For sale 
by GEORGE HUGHES, 8ia and #15 Washing- 
ton atreet. de2U 2w 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. 887 KKABA'T STREET, 

Awootihg thb Weed BEwraa Maohdte Stobe. 

GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and dts guaranteed. Our reputation for 
making p JEKFJECT-FITTI IV*} Nil l RTS 

to order is well known. Gents' Famishing Goods 
at th© lowest rate. jy23 tf 



HOLIDAY_CANDIES. X 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES, 
Cornecopias, Candy Toya, and everything for 
the Little Folks, at Mercer'e Pioneeer < landy Man- 
ufactories, 518 Kearny street, and 127 Second 
Btreet. Country orders filled to any extent de7 t 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladiea and Gentle- 
men, IS? Folsom *tt f 

bet. Third and Fourth. 
delS tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEEROFOALIFORNIA.T33>< _g-fi 
Market street, between Third and *\Trf^*S 
Fourth, San Francisco. Manufacturer Sy> £r ^ J) 
of the best kindB of TRUSSES A N D <s * v ' ==== ^ 
SUPPORTERS. Kir- All articles in this line con- 
stantly en hand, aod repair? made at [reasonable 
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fcTTJRi'A V. al 1 •tlMk— 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

■wl-w I* all part* of thr BstM Half Prtr 

.TTJBDAY KVF.NINO- 

LAST NIGHT OF MISS INCE. 



YON0AT ett; 



\ .-I ETlrarl . — At hens. 

mil e t. frrrrsoN 

lm Jam** M. HardJ# | MnboD, » HUrd OmIIIa Wllion 

' Tb-a, a BltTf Hl-a FeoDte fouBf 

. CM I Athenian*, 01 til M, hl»T. - 

A*-t Veoond. — PnriN. 

R*rB* r. a ati.ptor nn. k t. htktaon 

-Jmi't 3d. Hard I - ; re,* rich l*a-(.lan Hurr Colton 

'-n -p. aji En«n«h N«M*rom B. K»)lv Frrd de OenrCT, a nileior-n John Mepnlri 

Tin awl Oilwm'pii. a buitc- Or. ...... Willie Slmmi | J-tlm. a >'i-in.»D Fr >l h hi> .m« 

Misa UEXRIFTTA 0-<UOH>F. 

B«pU«*«. • Uroom J H. W.H-rt | M»'tfttc W* BOAli 

Wb«. Im lil'i. mother of lUpbA^l.... Ur*. Fnnik Hoa F-ilr>ri Uw* Adi Pcwt.i 

Om* ' M...MIM %Iigtll«> Mn r> I Marip. a poor ()r|ihtn Mil* funny Touos 




-iD 111 MB. E. T. B1F.U0N 

IlichBtosd Jaiuefl M. HAnlie I Offloar ol the T&wer J. ft. WflWa 

Klnff U-nry J. fl. VlDnon Tyrrel Orvlll" Wllm 

Dok« of BaekiDfbam H*iry Colton [ Norfolk lltrry <-itzjAiD.ee. 

OAteaby Willie OlmmB , Oiforl 8. T. DAnford 

I.onl SUaley J. H. MVCibe Frinc* of W»l«< Ml*n Su«lp Koult- 

Georjt" Qinckl«y I Duko'of York Mian Lain WHbod 

ruic.lff Jobn M»Ruire QUEEN ELIZABETH illdS UENK1ETTA OSBOHNE 

l.or-1 Major J. Crowell Lidy 4l\D6 Utsi FBDtiy Youd^ 

L'cntriiKn: K. W. Kelly I Duc'»e*« of York Mrs. Fr*Dk ltca 



MONDAY EYEMNG- 



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<3 O EC. 



"The PIa&o us«d in this Tbeatro Is from Sherman k Hyde's, cornor Konrny and ttattor streets. 



-91 OOlGnllery «5 Cent* 

u >|ii« i fia> I a»*No extra charge for Re«er*ed Seatf. 

%f Care will 1- ave the Theatre for the MU«lon and North Beach every night at tbo close of the performance. 



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lb* U-nhaMe Paotomimio Mieicb ant Ued 

OIST JU A PC! 



tVn ,liu 
8oar«aio«eb 

-«i«n (the Stat**) 



t'bapraaa 

|j*on fi»n ( w*U» 

IM Moau«oe 

['at l»r and I'.Jee 
Lad>**,0aMt«, I'vaaant*. etc. 



Orert«irt— at 10 o'ciook OrobaaU* 



t.It* AT t. I Oil I Ai I - I 1 (. I Ml «.il(ltl lit 

A^TiIaVS^T^DIoI 

Kelly Tboinpeoa Dowlim 



I'AIMMt, OSSXCfX 1 I> I 1 ! I I M. 

( ARUIK ARMSTROSft and J. XL I.ARKtN. 



Mvw Cowl* Hong . 



.('Inre Mnrr 



10 MIHUTES WITH THE ONLY MAGGIE KNIGHT 

To coDClade with the Local Fairy Extrava«-ac» eoUUed 

The Nymphs of ihe 

Dualy Oiddler— a faalyootb Clara Starr 

I'ej[«t PI amp— his companion Mat K-Hj 

Murtock MoKaj— a follower of Mra. Pip Uarry Thompeoh 

Huckleberry— a contrshnrd Loa SlcL'arttiy 

rrriLs pi wi 

Vondrrd'in J. H. I.arkln I Billy Ji", hint Tommy Bret 

.lonamy Jonaa... . C. Matbewa I Harry Bridge L. Samwella 

K mo ii tinner. .. J R, Taylor 

NIGHTSHADE-A Deformed Dwarf BD. MONTAdUB 

Idex, a rebellious Fairy Minnie Fillmore 

Mm. Peiioan Pip, a Schoolmana L'arrio Chapman 

l-'lowerottJ. Queen of the Nymi-h- Marie Z'jel 

NYMPHS OP TBI 11ILI.. 
Hvaointb....Oarrie ArmstroDR l Morning Glory.. Fan n«rt(" 80O 

Vtolulta Miss Jesephine Similower, ...EoKenio GerrettA 

Oamella JUgKie Brewer I Honeieuckle.. aday Lero; 



TTJNTIOlNr 
IXSIK ANTE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Till !UE***f.E3CT Will* II XVAH 

• y ihle Company to provide for 
IM Incurred by- the ORF.1T (III- 
« AIJOFIKi:. hn« now been pu Id tn fnlt. 

rone niM>rKi:i> ami fhty 

riOVSAND noi.T.tBMhan: been re- 
aeltled for ••tilrmrnt »f Chlrngi loaaee, 
wkleh ta.AVe hern ndjueted promptly nnO 
paid DOLLAR rOS DOLLAR. 

It I* Ikte policy of tala Company to 
meet all af lla ubllantlun* IHiMilt \ 
Ml.¥, and It aollclia the pntronnae of 
th> pnti'lr who deelre to tmnre where 
they ran olitnln SOLID SECUKIT Y]»nd 
FAIR DKAI.INt.. 

PRINCIPAL OVFIQB: 

416 and 4 18 California street. 

ei'lTATK TOUCH ARD Preeldent 

»'. O. KITTLE Vlee Prealdent 

CHARLES D. HAVEN" Sccrttnry 

jal Im 



FOTJSiT J3 ! 

rkDRIKG LAST WEEK, A PLACE WHERE 
x ^ all Drink » ax* lOc. and of the best qaaiity ; 
Also, the plae* to get the bent Hot Scotch Punch, 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drinks. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

....ATTH*.... 

":EX«^ , x , soowcjs:," 

IS MORTON STREET (ne.r Ko.rurl. 
dclJt! FKl.IIMAX.V A BRIGOS. 



THEATK2 ROTIS8ERIE, 

S Dapoat mU, on« door *oath of Biu. 

fc v-v K. MAROUAND LATE OF THE 

lV*mA*v"Botlu«ri0 ResUorut" of UtaUnltD 

i' ^SfS^r olab_ Proprliior.— Th» TsblN prerl 

d*d with All tb» D.lic*ci H of the h u m . 

■E-OTETERg IM ETBBY 8TYLE. MM 



JOHN E. LUMSDEN 

WHULESALB AKD RETAIL 
BOTOUEKS. >nd dn.lsr. In 
bttt Americas muxjull No. 9 
OOUIDENTAL MARkET (Sntwi 
.tree t .Id.) 



— Ord;n sollrdUd »od prompt) j flll»d. Ooodi 
MiMM fro* 10 all porta of tbc oitr. no!7 ml 



mSSm 



ALBERT MOROAHSTERK 
F«*bloar.blii Hair Dr.ieiost.iid 
H.thiDf EmUbblf.bm.al, No. » 
. . Tu .ajSlMi<l "t .. nut lfukat. Oap- 
" TI "M»lDt. BlMdlot, ud LaaobioV 
prompt), uuiatd W. d.:0 tf 



FIKTE 

CASSIMERE 

BUSINESS 

SUITS, 
$30! $30! 

CSTOMKRS ARK NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear nur .una oil.*! made op id the bESV 
STYLE arrt PEREEOT FITS. 

LANCASTER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 

d*9] O.i.i. Maamlfar*! Opero If.. nie. [Im 




Spectacles my Specialty! 



OPTXOXA1X, 

■.'>". Montftomery Street, Knti Bloeha 

|oa 1.1 San Francisco. 



IlElVlOV-^I-a. 

<tin ann™ anyprrson 

SOUWO&BR, Professor of Great 
She i.-ntoi eioknees after 
recoiorr is bopeloi*. and siva* cor- 
rect informa'inn on all atTnir* of lift- 
Prof. 8. ha* Invaluable TaltsmnDS foi 
)o*e, A-rw.il luck, and al»o eeoins your "int'-nTlod 
Fee, 31 and upward. Office. No. 8t5:j Wnshineioo 
•wreet, between rttocktoa and Dupout. below t ho 
Ubarch, lor a abort time only. Jsj tf 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR aa at-tcti 

OLD ESTABLISHED, AND DOING A GOOD 
buBineai.es the books will show. Reason for 
selling, tbo proprietor baa otbor engagements that 
be ban to fulfil. 
■tar-Apply at. FRMAo Office. JtBtf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

I A*i THIRD oTRKET. NEAR — ^ 
I'fiOHoward. Three square Fren-h -#*^L 
niiliea,2.'jaenta. The Ohnape-t and AWfi. 
Best H'-msuraoi. in the city. Parties ^j^i^Lrlw^aav 
roomintt in the naifthborbood will --.l-rATA-rSBaPa^ 
find tbii house ccmfortable and quiet. j»H lm 



E. PARDINI, 

NO. ISO WASHINGTON 8TRFF.T, 
(above the Plaza). San Fraooiaoo. 
Boot* and Shoes made to order in the 
beet French atyU. ..The aame 'readv- made 
Always on hand. no28 3m 



Mi 



ACADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

VOR Y0IINO LADIKH, OONDUOTED BY 
T MMK. FoRSTKR, 5li Sottor atrent, n»«r 
Le.venwortb, San Fraool.co. jn4 2w 



MADAME LEROY 

AS JDST RF.0EIVED FROM PARIS AN 

rl.jraot asaortmaot of Bonaata and Round 

Aaata. Sbe )Diil«9 Ibe l&dSe of cood taat. to oil) 

Stfi'j BU«U STREKT. 



H 



Prize Ball and Entertainment 



FITZGIBBON'S DANCING SCHOOL 

CHARTER OAK HALL, 
700 Market at., bet. Third nndlFonrth, 



FRIDAY JANUARY 1», 1878 

ON WHI0H OOOASION A WATOH 
ard Ubain-and a Gold RinR will ' 

awarded to the best Round Dancers— 

Watch totbe Gentleman and tbe King to' 
the Lady. 'The judge* to be uhoseu from tbo an 
dienoo. Entry lor the Priz«i tpi.fni. Prize list 
nt the Parlor Cigar Store, 720 Alarket street. 

TICKETS FIFTY CENTS 

DsnoioB to commence at 9 o'clock. 
jattd PROF. ENGLISH. Macng«r. 

HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAXD-A SPLENDID AS- ^2. 
sortment; alur>, Silverwaro oud Spec- s. r V'V 
taoles. t^elltaif at 30 per cent, loin than (*- i .Vft 
any other bouse. Oftll hrjfore purohiising flf ' ' ' J i7 
elsewhere. Every article is warranted. Waiclies 
cleaned and repaired, aid warranted for two years, 
avthflloweHrnroP. Call at H. M. Ll« WIS'S. V.r,r, 
OLA.Y STREET, first Jewelry Store bolowKeurny 
street. Established ia IS48. ., dc-4 liu 



- DIVIDEND'NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 



BIO CLAY STREET. 

»r- A Dividend, free of Federal Tax, 

of Ten per cant, per annum otr all deposit for the 
aix months ending December 3IstlS7 1, has beet.de- 
olared, payable immediately. By order of tbe 
Board of Directors. 
jnlO 2w CYRUS "W. CARMAN Y, Secretary 



MME. CARTER CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John street, ono 
door from Powell, btt, Pacific and 
Jackson, pays particular attention to 
locating Mines, and can be consulted 
on_LawBuU» and tbe various rela- 
tionn of life. The Madame can be 
consulted by letter or lock of hair. 




HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTED PEBBLE 8PE0TA- 
OLES. 
rme Gold-mounted UVE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA ULASSK8. retailed at wholesale 

Snoes, ranging from 910, tliJBO, |15. Good Plain 
pera Glasses Bold from $.5, ?;S, $^7 50. 

C. MILLER, 0|»tlclnn, 

SOG Uontgomery *treet t 
de!2 Rosh Honae Block, San Frano 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOBNJE3Y AT XvA'W 

(Aroeot Frnnoui,,) 

No. OiSO AYoahlBfftoa Street. Soon IT, 

ep26 (Bet. Mentgomeryand Kearny) 



* D. MENDES'S RED LION 
SALOOW. 319 Commercial st,, 
bet. Battery and From, where be 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 and 1pm.; 
also the choicest Wines and Liq- 

tt', rs. Bngiisb Ale and Porter always on draught. 

You will Always find him there to attend. : de.'3 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian Jurkish 

— ANI>— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. S'-SS Pnclflc atrect. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of the kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the same 
building for private patients. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....OF.... 

BOOTS I SHOES! 

300TSI SHOES I 

FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL TH"M- 
Bolves of this oppo-tunity, and purchase their 
stock of BUUTa And aHOiitt tor the ramy season. 
At Else- 
LA HIES' WEAR. Nolans 

French Kid Button Boote $4 '0 

French Kid tscollop-top Boots 3 1% 

Freneh Fus : Button Bootn.only 3 00 



where 
$7 On 

4P0 
4 Ml 

3 Ml 

4 M) 
■J Mil 
•i 50 

3 mi 
3 MJ 
2U0 

2 I'O 

3 SO 
2 Ml 
2 HO 
1 TB 
■> 50 



French Calf Dresa Boots, high cut.... 2 H 

Heavy Kid Hon Is for Winter vieir 2 SO 

Kid Foi Scollop Vamp BalmoralB 175 

Kid Foi Balmoralp, only 1 50 

Kid Fox Doable Sole Balmorals - 1 75 

EitraHigh Cut Calf Boots, only 2 00 

Knglisb Lasting Gaiters. Doublo Sole. 1 M 
Kid Slinners, ,?1 ; h ine French Kid.... 1 50 

Misses' K'd button Bo<'H 2 M 

Misses' D'hle l*ole Kid Foi Balmorals I 75 

Misses" Double Sole Calf Sbo'-e 1 511 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only i 25 

Children's Best Double Burton Boots. 1 75 
Children's Sewed Top Pehble Goat,... I 2fi 
Otjifdren's Copper- Toe, 75c,, Screwed 

CaJf lflil 150 

Infants' Shoes. 15c, 2.5c, 50c. and 75 

Gents' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots 6 00 10 00 

Gente' Fiench Screwed BootB 5 IH) 7 in> 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots 5 00 7 50 

Gents' Calf Pegged Boots, only 2 50 4 10 

Cents' Kip Boots, $a, $2 50 and 3 00 4 50 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots i 5D B 00 

Cents' Congress Gaiters. $1 and $1 Ml; 

Sewed 3 00 3 00 

Gents' Rubber Bo&ts. only 100 fi 50 

Gents' French Screwed Gaiters 3 M) 5 00 

Gonts'BroK.ins. C-l 2'., ?1 50; sorewed. 2 00 £3 OH 

Ge'-iti' Screwed Uiford Tie* 2 Oil 3 00 

Boye' screwed Bboee, ,fl 50: Oif'd Ties 1 75 2 50 
Thousand*, of other BargaiaB at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No*. 11 and 93 Third street. 

OEaT"Pon't for K't the place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street, Nuclens Building. de28 tf 




F. PYAT'S 



HAIR 



STORE, 

424 Kearny street.' 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
BVN. B.— Wigs hired far Theatrical purposeB 
and Masquerade Balls. de4 lm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clotliimy Emporium, 

r. t7 and *>40 WnsHlnBton etreet, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays ! 

_ ILL DKSORI 

made of the beet materials uml fitted 
as if made to order, at priceB ranging [ 
from 

$113 to 849. 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, Valises, Traveling Satchels, etc, on sale 
at the lowest, prices. .eVOall and he convinced. 
P. F. SIOHBHAItDT. I do4 lm] T. O. DILTY. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands and TJpi-iefhts, 

A. BORD, Paris, just reonlvad, 
FBO.1I S200 TO SSOO liriVAIDS, 

ALL WARRANTHD. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Also, a large assortment of Sheet Music, Music* 
Intruments, Fancy Goods, etc. de!5tjal 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladies* Underwear. FRENCH OOR- 
HETSof all prioes nnd qualities, mady mad" and 
to order. No. 031 gAORAMK.NTO STREET, 
below Kearny. jal lm 



P. LIESENFELD, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
liard Tables, Gil MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 

ncisco. Sole Agent for Phe- 

lan A Collender'e Patent Billiard Tablea and New 
Improved (Eureka fWire Cushions, Patented May 
2d, 1871. deelm 







L 



7 GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 
— feetly-fittioE Coat built, a Gentleman ehonltf 



go to G. B. DA.VIS, Fashionable Tailor, COT 



Kearny street, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO ■ •» 
all the affaire of life be sure and consult.'Vl 
PROFESSOR DAHM. the most popular of 2% 
Astrologers, at No. 621 California atreet. ebov* 



•nb.tahed *.5ty da,, except Smmiw, Br 
I>. BOGr-A-RDTTS 

— AT— 

32 Mtrehiat St. and 635 -Wunlngton 8t 

Below Montgomery Bleck. 



FBIDAY JASOABX 12. 1872 



FISARO ON THE CAl«. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

fieiUO II tLorouKBlJ- dl.trlbnt*d ti. 
«r (loyi.li the c»r. of the InlHemln Pa 
e loe K»llr.»il. lenTloe Miary.vllle for 
V.UeJo and Ban FraucUco at 1 o'clock 
P. M. , 

FI8AR0 ON THE OA.LANO BOATS. 

IOO " riKuros" urv distributed on the 
Oakland Ferry boata every afternoon, 
ansatly aneng the piuiengeri arriving by 
in treat Overland Train, 



FIGARO ON THE VALLFJO BOAT. 

fOO "Figaro." are distributed every 
day among the ptutengert on the Steamer 
Capltal, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to till- city. 



Scenes. In an Insane Asylum 
A number of the inmates of the New York 

State Lunatic Asylum fancy themselves to 
be someone else, There are kings, queens, 
emperors, a General Grant, end other nota- 
bles, Many a poor creature is happy in his, 
or her delusion, and gravely insist on its 
truth. The delnsion of patients that thry 
are Gotl, or the Saviour is very common. 
Not long ago Dr. Gray had all three persons 
of the Trinity under his care, and then came 
another God, However, as the newcomer 
was a very little man, and the other contest- 
ant for divine supremacy a very big man, 
the little man discovered that he was not 
God, bit the Attorney General of the United 
States. One curious coincidence in the way 
of delusion has occurred since Dr. Gray has 
been appointed saperintendant: A female 
patient had just arrived, and was s:-at_din 
the office, when a tttll young man was 
brought in by his father. The poor lad at 
once objected to being confined in the asy- 
lum, sayiog that he "was Jesus Christ, and 
had the world to aave," The woman sprang 
up excitedly, and, throwing her arms open 
exclaimed: ''Come to myarms my eon I am 
the Virgin Mary." The young man at once 
threw himself on the bosom of the woman, 
and they heartily and tenderly embraced 
one another, to the horror of the lad's father. 
Another woman was under the belief that 
she had been turned into a cow, and was 
much vexed because she was not allowed to 
bo the means of supplying the asylum. 

Enterprise: Enterprise! Enterprise! 

We are too modest : Thai's what's the mat- 
ter with Fig.veo. We never mentioned the 
fact that Figjbo gave the news of the death 
of General Halleck to the public of San 
Francisco in advance of all otheb xewspa- 
pebs. It is a fact thongh nevertheless. 
Bulletin, Alta, Call, Chronicle, Examiner, 
all had to publish the news hours after every 
one had read it in our columns. Enterprise! 



Provoking Mistake. 

The Danbury news says; "Mr3. 0' Clar- 
ence recently fell into the river; but her 
cries drew help, in the person ol Mr. 0' 
Clarence, who, mistaking her in the dark 
for another woman, worked like a baaver to 
get her out. ' 

♦ . 

Mr. Archer, of Indiana, struck at hi3 dog 
with the butt of his gun. The forgiving 
beast now howls above his master's grave. 

It Is Perrectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the "What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. x 

Waslilnpr Returned. In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry, 

Oyster Trade, 

The oyster trade in California Is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corville, of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oyp«ers to all parts of the Pacidc Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
" Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. q 

A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Albamhra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv fine one and 16 we! 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Sansagea. 

A well-made richly seasoned satuage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. F 



Dr. Bourne's Electric Bath*, 

Established in 1852, now conducted by Br. Mc- 
Sparreu, are recommended br all physiciana as the 
5??*_™.* d i. clIial . b * lhB on la « Coast. 10 Post street 



Masonic Temule. 



Blake Tour Homo Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
in beautiful frames. W. a. Koixitteb, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
mater, 640 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
*?3rm the dullest looking room into a bright, 
cheerful budolr. a 



^Jnd - the Occidental Hotel, 
112 LI : ^.tgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son 4 Eandolph, you can buy watches, Jewelry. 
Silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qnal- 
ty, and at the lo west prices, x 

To the TJnfortuate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Kc&rn; 
Street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es 
tablishedln 1854, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
*^o^harge unless \e e-Je;:= a c 



i le #£ec:3 a cure, 

■■■■ 



A Practical Temperaiico Movement. 
All confess that intemperance is a lament- 
able vice and that to its prevalence is owing 
two thirds of the crime which is committed. 
Lecturers have howled against this vice for 
generations. We believe that there were 
temperance lecturers even before the flood. 
After tbat for some time no doubt cold 
water was in disfavor, and Noah and his 
sonsd-d a rushing business in wine-mak- 
ing. Legislation to utterly prevent the 
sale of in toxica ting liquors has always proved 
a failure; legislation to check it may be suc- 
ses»fal. The following petition is in circu- 
lation throughout the State : 

We, the undersigned citizens of Califor- 
nia, would reepeoifally request your honor- 
able body to enact a law, granting to the vo- 
ters of the several precincts, townships, or 
wards, in this State, the privilege of deci- 
ding by ballot, at any general election, held 
for the elecion of county or State officers, 
whether they will or will not permit intox- 
icating drinks, of any kind to be sold with- 
in the limits of suoh preciuc', township, or 
ward. Such law to provide, that if the ma- 
jority of the voters of any precinct, town- 
ship,* or ward at any general election, shall 
vote not to permit the sale of intoxicating 
iquors of any kind, to be mado within such 
limits, then no license to be granted for the 
Bale of such liquors, until a majority of the 
voters of such place, shall by ballot, at some 
subsequent general election decide to per- 
mit it, and that no intoxicating liquors shall 
be sold without license. And your peti- 
tioners will ever pray. 

This seems te be practical, No ore will 
deny that a ms I has the right to make the 
rule that no intoxicating liquors Bhall enter 
his Louse, and thR power to enforce it. It 
is of course more easy to rule a family than 
a community of people of various tastes and 
ideas, but still it may be dene. It seeme 
only fair if the majority of the citizens of any 
ward, precinct, or township are opposed to 
intoxicating drinks being sold, that the mi- 
nority 6hould submit to their will, tbat ib if 
there is any right at all in the principle that 
majorities should rule. We don't think 
that the passing of such & law will inflict 
any great hardship on those who nse intox- 
icating liquors, and if it passes, as we hope 
it will, we are sure that the "temperance 
wards" in San Francisco will need fewer po- 
licemen than aDy other in the city. While 
it may be wrong to entirely deprive a man 
of the pleasure of getting drunk, there is no 
harm in throwing obstacles in his way, and 
making it less easy for him to accomplish 
his objeot than at present. 



Woman's Virtue. 

It is a prevailing vice among men- 
doubting the virtue of women. To us it 
looks like not oDly an outrage to good taste, 
but also as betokening a want of intellect. 
Besides this, it betokens a besotted nature : 
and passions that would disgrace a beast. The 
idea of dragging women down to a man's 
level, in point of virtue, is eo repugnant to 
the feelings, so utterly at variance with the 
truth, that the utterer ought not to have a 
place in civilized society. 



Art Reception. 

The Art Association of San Francisco will 
give one of their very pleasant reunions at 
Pacific Hall on Tuesday. There will be fine 
pictures on exhibition, good music, and 
and singing, and pleasant conversation. 
These are the moBt "civilized" affairs San 
Francisco can boast of. Invitations are giv- 
en only to friends of members. 



DentlsticaL 

A Western paper thinks a snail has "a 
right smart chance for a toothache." He 
has one hundred and ten rows of teeth, with 
one hundred and ten teeth in each row or, 
twelve thousand two hundred and ten teeth 
in all. 



Seems Queer. 

A Chinese thus describes a trial in the 
English courts: "One man is quite silent, 
another talks all the time, and twelve wise 
men condemn the man who has not said a 
word." 



Snuff: Snuff: Snuff: 

The Waste in ■. ton- street Blonde, cor. Washing- 
ton and Dupont streets, supplies you with the 
best kinds of ladies' and gentlemen's snails, 
Havana cigars and Turkish tobacco of the pur- 
est quality, to which we call the attention of 
all. MicaaLnscHKK Bbos. l 



Tor the very best phographs go to Bradley & 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. • 



Best Quality of Dogskin 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

The PTe-vrest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
to the post-office, is aeent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival ol the mall. x 



Lever Buckle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Tke Kew Remedy. 

For restoring tbe hair and cleansing the seal pr 
use Kinkead's eage- brush hair tonic and cure fo 
baldness. It will check tho.hair from falling oat 
To be had of the agent. Jas. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L, II. Eiukead. Elko Nev., is 
on each wrapper. x 

Tne Stylish Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street Is called " The*' Hat Store 
is because, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of Its charges, it stands without a 
rlvaL Go to "Tax" Hat Store, 647 Washing, 
ton street {the 6econd hat store below Kearny}, 
and examine the large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. s 



ftfew Furnlshng Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Cheer Laund, 



.Mark Tiviili on Reporters. 

In the course of a recent lecture at Chica- 
go, on bis life and experience in the laud of 
sage-brush and silver, Mark Twain delivered 
himself of the following correct remarks 
about reporters: Reporting is the best 
school in the world to get a knowledge of 
human beings, hunun nature, and human 
ways. A nice gentlemanly reporter— I make 
no references— is well treated ty everybody. 
Just think of his wide range of acquaintance- 
ship. His experience of life and society! 
No other occupation brings a man into such 
sociable relations with all grades and classes 
of people. The last thing at night— mid- 
night— ho goes browsing around after items 
among police and jail birds in the )eck-up, 
questioning the prisoners, and making last- 
log friendships with some of the worst peo- 
ple in the world. And the very next even- 
ing he gets himself up regardless of expense 
puts on all the good[clothes his friends have 
goes and take dinner with the Governor, or, 
the Qommander-in-Chief of the district, the 
United States Senator, and some more of tbe 
upper-cntat of society. He is on good terms 
with all of them, and is present at every 
public gathering, and has easy access to ev- 
ery variety of people. A reporter has to lie 
a littles of course, or they would discharge 
him. That is the only drawback to the pro- 
fession. Tbat is why I left it. I am differ- 
ent from Washington— I have a higher and 
grander principle. Washington could not 
lie. I can lie, but won't. Reporting is fas- 
cinating, bat it is distressing to have to lie 



Clear Sighted. 

At a trial, not long since, one of the wit- 
nesses, an old lady of some eighty years, 
was closely questioned by the opening coun- 
sel relative to the clearness of her eyesight. 

"Can yon see me?" said he, 

"Tea," was answered. 

"How well can you see me?" persisted the 
lawyer. 

*"Well enough," responded the lady, "to 
see that you are neither a negro, an Indian, 
nor a gentleman." The answer brought down 
the house. 

Quite Right. 

A distinguished writer says: "There is a 
passage in the Bible where the girls are 
commanded to kiss the men, and that is the 
golden rule. Whatsoever ye would that 
men should do unto you, do ye even to 
them." 



Darkey Courtship. 

While a St. Louis negro was making a par- 
ty call upon a colored belle, a discussion 
arose in the course of which he fanned her 
with a poker. 

Pious Man: 

A Knoxville man cut the Lord's Prayer 
on the top of a cane, and shortly afterwards 
cut open a fellow-Christian's head with it 



Dickey's Creme de Lis 

Ib equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effeots. Every bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. c 

European Music 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 
Schuberth's music store, 643 Clay street. Agents 
for the Sxeck Pianos. t 



The very finest Photographs to be had only 
atSELLECK & Fisheb'b, A15 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced. ▼ 



COO Pairs ot Socks, 
At all prices,*!; the What Cheer Laundry. • 



A Timely Present. 

At thia festive season, a dozen of Squarza's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a roost appropriate 
present. Tbe egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous symposium is at 20 LiedeBdorff. and is pre- 
sided over by A. Bona, his worthy successor, r/ 

Since the Great Reduction 

. In prices at Guerin A Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cub' 
omers. Call and see them. 327 and 329 Bush 
street. „„ 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success hae originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar Boundinn titles. Be not de- 
oelved. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hue & Schmidt. 635 Commercial St.. is on the 
wrapper. Hua s uohmedx, Successors to r.j. 
BeUly, Agents. K 

Bents Collected 

By tbe Heal Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. a 

• 

Positively 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jewei^t, at 
806 Market street, are being sold dally at net 
cost. The stock win, be olooed out, p 

House, SI*rn and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gadsby, 583 Market, near Second. rj 

Artificial Limbs, ] , 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly'a 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, San 
Francisco. « 



San Fbancisco Stall.— Nob. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place in the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colda 

And all similar inflictions speedily and surely 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Eleotrical Baths. 10 Post 
street. Masonic Temple. Q 

For Washing 

Shirts, $1 50 per doz.; small pieces, 60c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. • 



Watches. 

The finest assortment of Gold and Sliver 
Watches ever offered for Bale in this city is 
offered by J. W. Tuckeb & Oo. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, etc. all of 



A Sacramento Poetess. 

Sacramento his a p>ete33. Her name is 
Mary McConnell, and *he publishes her effu- 
sions in tbe Bee- All readers of the works 
of Dickens will remember Mrs. Leo Hunter 
in "The Pickwick Papers," who at one of 
her conversaziones recited her beautiful 
" Ode to an Expiring Frog" : 

Can I view the", panting, lying 
On tby stomach, wi hont sighing ? 

On a log, 

Expiring Frog! 
• Say, havo needs in shape of boys 
Hunted tbee with brutal coise 

To a log. 

Expiring Frog: 

We qnote from memory. Mary McConnell 
of Sacramento has evidently modeled her 
style on that of Mrs. Leo Hunter, as ber 
lines entitled "The Polly wog" in Saturday's 
Bee prove. We have only room fcr part of 
this remarkable composition : 

Yon wiggling, waiting polly»og. 
Sailing around under the log. 
You will shortly bocooi" a fro?. 
With iegs and ttil— 
That d\y you'll chd'y hail. 

Poor little piddling polly. 

It simply Beems folly 

To give you legs to maks you jolly. 
For you are happy now— 
Do you wish more, I trow ? 

"The Pollywog" and the "Ode to an Expir- 
ing Frog" are companion pieces. 



A Shakspsriin Celestial. 

Ah Long wa3 brought up before the Po- 
lice Court yepterday charged with stealing 
a spittoon. When called on te plead he 
looked thoughtfully at the unclean utensill 
and said: ''Tislrue tis spitty ; spitty tis tis 
true." And even after that Judge Loud- 
erback sent bim to jail. 

la They: 

The Bulletin's "critic" sayB Miss Ince's 
"movements is graceful." 



Reduced Prices. 

Guerin & Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
327 and 329 Bush street. Must sell S35.800 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Missicn st. Jewelry cf all kinds for sale, 
mide to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. e 



If Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



A New Thing In Oysters. 

Joe Giueta, 105 California Market, frontinc 
on Sum m er street, Berves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's reBidenceB at any hour re- 
quested ou Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giustt's fresh opened oysters to eat on 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets. 
Card Cases, etc, of tbat Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. Yoa will find a large 
stock of it at A, Hirsohman's Jewelry Store, 133 
Kearny street between Sutter and Post. o 



Don't wait, bat go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas &: 
Co's, ISo. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
supply in the city. k 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL. 
Prof. C B.~PLUMMER 

WILL GIVE HIS SECOND 

ELOCUTIONARY AND HUMOROUS 
Drawing-Room Entertainment 

....ox.... 
FBIDAT ETCOrUre JAW. lSth 

*5~An athletic individual a% the door will insist 
MILDLY yet FIBMLY on a voluntary donation 
of an Americati ; .-DOLLAR from every person 
who attempts to enter. At eight o'clock thinge 
will commence to oceor. ja!12i* 



BEWARE! 

CITIZENS AND STBANGERS ABE HERE BY 
notified to avoid that "one horse store" at 

IVo 3 Second Street, 

commonly called the 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of the proper Authorities. 




STAPLETON, HATTER, 

de25] 1S4 EE1KXT STREET. [lm 



AHAS BON-BONS ! 

S1XTA CLAIV H£ADQUABT£BS. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety a ; i ods in their line, 
new aEU tresb, for sale cbe\n ; - 

CAJVTY <fc WAGNER'S, 

del2 107 Montgomery*8treet, near Sutter. 



MME. LENORMAND, 

ARRIVEDFROM NEW YORK, TELLS . -. 
fortunes on tbe European plan. AIbo,' - V. 
givee correct information by tbe aid of mac- ■• 
netic influences, as to Beat of any ailment or in- 
sidious disease, that has baffled the Bkill of the 
mo3t eminent pbysici\ns. The Madame has gained 
great renown throughout the East and Europe for 
the marvellous cures she haa performed. jlO tf 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

CEABOHER OF RECORDS AND OONTEY- 
*J *ncer.— Office in Smith', now Hall, San Loan- 
ny, diraosly oppoaits to, Oonrt House. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS (or sale and , to let 

umsMm 



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BEAU)S< 

SRYANT & STRATTOw T7V. 

NESS COLLEGE 

24P0STS1L 
SAN FRANCISGOf 



1 -HE LARGEST AND THE BFST BUiSINE! 
J. COLLEGK m the Ooast. It educates ihc 
oughty for Business. Persons of both sexes a 
of all eges admitted. Preparatory Departmet 
for those not ti ted for Basinepa Course. Over! 
pupils now in attendance. Students can coi 
m^nct* fit nny ti»-e. Tbe public are iivited to vi 
this College. Catalogues sent V>y addrpssinc 
E. r\ I1EALD. 
Preeident Buainese College, I 
dell tf San Francisco 



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\ V IMMEDIATE AKD FERHj 

u-iit Core for VOIOH9, COLD' 

ASTUMA, BRONCHITIS, CBOn 

IXFLEEXZA, CATARRH, EOSS O 

VOICE, Incipient Conanicptlon, and n 
IMieaaea of the Throat and Eons*. A* 
for the California Pulmonary Balsan 
and take no other. 
09* Sold by all Drngglata. 

J. R. GATES <fc CO.. 

Proprietor-, . 
Cor. Saotoine and Commercial at*. 

£2za j-iott 




CALIFORHIJUESTAUHArl' 

NOS. eiO, CI",' AND *-14M0N 
gornery street, near Merchant 
, Ladies' Saloon connected with the Bt ' 
' anrant. 

m Bill ol Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coffee FREE ■ 

any penoo Spendlnn 2Cc. 

Seup, with Fiah or Rroasts 15c K\ 

Two Em-« lCc [U,. 

Three Eeea «Oc I HP 

Smelts or Salmon, with Ooffee ISc Itt 

Steaks or Ohops, with Tea or OoSee. . .150 I *• ' 

Sirloin Steak, do 2Uc «^ 

Fresh Oysters, Eaw or Stowed 75c " 

Bottleol White Wine lOo !L . 

Bottle of Olaret Wine or Beer 15o ^ 

Pies, Pudding or Cake 5o Ss 

Oat Meal, Mush or Cracked Wheat So nffi 

Ooffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glasa of i J 7 

White or Claret Wine 5c 0^ 

del-tf JOHN REGAN. Proprietor: 



THE CUFF HOUSE 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKER! 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LICKS ! 

APIETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUHCHE 
DINNEES AND SUFFERS. 

BIIJ'O TOTK WIFE! 

BRIJiO l-OUB FAULT! 

11KIXG lOl'I LADY 1 I5IF..VD 

And enjoy a view of the FINEST OCEAN PAN' 

RAMA IN THE WORLD, alt in bight ol 

tbe wtrld-renowned 

Golden Grate, 

With a fleet of white-winged meesengers eoterii 
fioin ever; part of the commercial world. 

»*"New Line Bneeee, connecting with Stre 
Oars at Lone Mountain every 15 minutes hereaft 
for the Oliff Home. Fare 25 cente. 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH,' 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets* 

r- Terrapin constantly on ban 
Oysters In every atyle. PBFVAT 
SUPPEB BOOMS FOB PABTIES. 
rohSl lm 



TOW'S RESTAURANT, 

113 Flue Street, above Montjtomerj 

Terrapin Stews 

WEDNESDAYS and FKIDATS 
Families and Parties supplied to order. oolS 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTEBS. CLAMS 
andall kinds ol SHELL FISH, t 

Stalls Noe. 40, 41, 4S, California f'* 
Market, entrance on California street. <•-"' 

Public or private parties and families supplie 
from G A.M. to 12 P. m. Ladies' and Gentlemen 
Oyster Room open from 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. del32w 

SODA AND SELTZER WATER 

713 Broadway, 

PRICES 
REDUCED.) 

The Steam Soda 
iWorbs hove re 
dnced the price 
from 81 ot> to 

'50c. per Doz. 

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PLANTS. 

JUST BKOEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NE 
Alfalfa Clover Seed. Hyacinth Glasses, Dnti 
Bulbs, etc. Always on hand, a fine anflortment 
SEEDS. BULBS, PLAJVTS. etc CallforaJ 
Tree seed*.; ateo, SEEDS OF PALMS, An 
trail an Gam Tree«,Fruit Trees, at the OL 
STAND. BW-Send for a Catalogue. 

E. E. MOORE, 
Importer of Seeds, Balbe, Plants, eta., 
oc!9 3m 425 Washington st., San Fraacieoo- 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSi 



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gle or in sni ta, 

Well Elshted and Ventilated 

_ Unfurnished Booms to let. Lodsrins; wi 

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■ 1 ; \* <><»!>,* led) of r.»rT»-A thoroughbred.. .. 

I, a "skinner" by ■•Mir* a* w*II a* bads 

jRlvel Bootblacks I " 

arp DeWcnve 

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Everyday ppectmeni of New York Life 



MAN 

rt» OKNn,EMAN 

- of a |»rt* famtlr 

-f Of Ibo Cb*j**n*s-bt« 
Indians. B 

*t Y N O P R I « OP 

m EXB FIR^T. -Oirirr. or a New Yobk Uotix, 
I*era disguised aid on the watoh for an errlne brother; she 
discovers a vilreln I ovar. PLO r and rot. INTER PLO r Rant- 
1*7 oa in* track. An everyday incident In Now York Life. The 
Creditor and Debtor. Give me time. Pay, or I'll s»ll yon on*. 
1 KIKXnsliir Skinner's love for Gold. THE 
TELEGRAPH to Chicago. Wanted— A DIVORCE. Smoke. 
t.s-ira's attempt ftt bring a fast young man. Let in all take a 
dnnk THE VILLAINS. PLOT TO SECUKK BKINNER'8 
(.'•I, [i The on»nsp*cting victim cemet-NOW TO SECURE 
TDK BOOTY. The signal. Tho Ascent by the Elevator. The 
mistake. TrrribU Retribution. GR VXD TABLEAU- 

ncr.nr. **.r»N».-A street in new york. Tbe 

Rival Bootblack*. Professional JeaJiasiea. A (Jo-partnarihip. 
Now nl-a« in Arithmetic. Skinner's gratitude at bl»<>sr-ape. 
THE REWARD. Rantley an tbe track. HOKURTHE WKST. 
A new wsy to buy furniture. Htoffy in tronble. His appeal to 



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, ftto . by oooiftrona antillftriM. 

nil 11 r. NTS, 
.11m. HONESTY TUB BEST POLIOY. Tb» mother of ft t»nr- 
fAinily imposed opon. The Uoanterfeit Bill. btopThiof: TUE 
-> DH\8E. Jim> ideal or honesty. 
lOBKII THIRD. -WEST, THK BLACK HILLS. 
RftDtley and Mootrey cftptumd by Indians. 1'bo Rsscu* by 
Laura. ScreaminK Pete in love wi<h Laura. Laura prove* her 
•olf * trao heroine. Peto «oes in search of Rfdakins. The 
Sappar. The Slrep. The Surprise. Laura Rantrey and Mon- 
trey again captured br Indiana. THK EXPEUTED TRAIN. 
Destruction of the Bridge DJ lodiase. The Doath Struggle 
Daalh of Montroy. Ranlr >■ bound to a tree, and preparations 
made to burn him. All hope is lost. Nopiwrr can tut qi 
now LAURA DOOMED TO DIE. TERRiBLE VENGK- 
ANIJF OF THE llrD MEN. The approaching Tra.n. Aid 
frjui ll-avon. Esoapeof Kautraj. Laura naved. ARRIVAL. 
OF PETE. 

8EXSATIONAA TABLEAU. 



The Piano used If from tbe boaM o» ^otiler. Obfteo ft Co., 633 Clay Btreet. amenta for the celebrated Ohlokerlng Piano 



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lhfinpU.il..! O.K.. |. 

r.T.rll. <o_lr.HH. . Iln.kr, M. ,,,-.. 

WHOLESALE THIEVES. 

Th» LaJim wboftn robbvd 

0»«f1iir« j 4a 

*••» Ml., nun 

Orljj-I mi I Co ■■■ i <■ Bketohes 

IK -HAVER. 
Tb.DjUhL.on. 

CARLOYA. CAHLOVA. 

Pratt* ««n. E ||„ WhUs 

1..II..I-. H...n,.l,.. ,.„.. S|, r „,,, lo 

If Vonr I-.. IV.u> i ,„„, „,,,.,., 

Ron I'M I .11 TOIM I * ,11.111 II \l I. 

NEGRO ASSURANCE. 

MortoD, Lo.d.n 4ad Kr.o*. 
nvllc.lfol W-rl.li.,,. 

CIRCUS ROYALE. 

Sj 1 ™""; ■■■ ForiMt 

C'n„i<.rtani • Fnni' Barn 

FAJMTX D.V>CE AMKI.IA IIKAJT 

*on* Cnrrle "Willi. 

° T « r '° r » Orcb.slc* 

To conclude with tho .cre.mfng N'oRro Sliitfib, 

THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT 

MISS FANNY SNOW AMELIA DEAN 

Mr. ( !i tries Orangebloesom H Morton 

The Nigger in a fli ti. Lowdoa 

Ot bar characters by tbe company 

W.VXri'.U S Luily Duncera iitid .O others for 

the Bullet. 

AdmiMion to nil parrta of the hooai 95 Cent* 

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AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 



Meteopolitjls Thej^tbe. — "Neck and 

H M k"TM performed lest nUbt. ThU afternoon 
the -M"fai» Heart," which h.»8 been so well repre- 
sented on two former occasions, will be played. 
Toil evening ■Riohard IU" *'» bo presented, with 
E.T. Stetson in the title n* 1 *- To-morrow "Neck 
and Keck" will be plsjed (or the Ust time. On 
Moadiy the pI»J ot "The Bed Pocket Book." on 
Which so much time ud money have been lavished, 
will be prodoeed. 

^lhakbba Theatre.— Tbe mass tf Sensa- 
tional scenes presented nnder the title of "A Dime 
KoTel" will be served npattbe matioee to-day > 
this evening, ud to-morrow evening for the last 
time. It ii proceeded by an excellent first part* 
and a oapital burlesque of Offenbach's charmior 
opera "La Rose de St. Fleur." Next week a great 
treat is in store for the numerous patrons of this 
establishment. The best of all Kelly and Leon > 
bnrst cork operas— "La Perichole,"— will be pre 
sented with all the original airs, good scenery 
imaging libretto and, altogether, in perfect style. 
All hare been longing for thii opera and daring its 
ran the Aihaxnbra will be throned, 

California Theatre.— A large and fash- 
ionable aadisnee assembled last night, when Mad- 
ame Yeneta the star of the German dramatic 
troupe, which perform every •undsy at the Cal- 
if ornia Thsatre. made her first appearance in Eng- 
lish Tragedy. Madame Veneta met with a hearty 
reception , on making her appearance on the stage 
as Lady Macbeth, and waa accorded the somewhat 
unusual honor of a call at the end of the scene. 
This lady has devoted bnt four months to the 
study of tile English language, and her progress is 
remarkable. She read the part of Lady Macbeth 
with a strong German accent, and her pronunci- 
ation was, of coarse, imperfect, as is that of both 
F&cbter and Bandmann. This we most not criti- 
cise. We do not like Madame Tenets s Lady Mac- 
beth, for the reason that there was co repose in it; 
no coot deliberation; it was pitched in too high a 
key— in fact, somewhat over-acted. That Mad a m e 
Veneta is a good actress, is nndeniable: bat, that 
she has mastered the English language sufficiently 
to be able to play Lady Macbeth, in a manner ac- 
ceptable to an English-speaking audience, cannot 
truthfully be said. John HcCullough gained loud 
and frequent applause in thecharacterof Macbeth; 
Henry Edwards was a fine, manly Macduff : W. A* 
Mestayer a good Baaqno: Fred Franks looked and 
acted well as Dnncan; and the three witches, by 
J. 0. Williamson, Owen Marlowe, and H. Coad. 
were marvels of stage art in thsir make-op. "Mac- 
beth" will be played with the same cast this after- 
neon, and this evening Miss Ince will make her 
last appearance, and play "Lucretia Borgia." On 
Monday, "Rouge et Noir" will bebroduced. 

Bella Bhxon Theatre,— There will be 
great novelties at this place of amusement to-night 
In the first part Mat Kelly will singe new local 
Bong, "Playing en the Green;'' in the interlude, 
Maggie Brewer will appear In a fancy dance ; Leon 
Ssmwells and Ed, Montague will perform the act 
ef the brothers; Maggie Knight and Chris Matb- 
ewa will appear in a double song and dance ; Clara 
Starr will sing a new and original local comic song, 
"The Hoodlum," in character; Carrie Armstrong 
and J. H. Larkin will appear in a Dntcb character 
aong, written expressly for them, and a number ef 
new acta will be given. Two newpiecee will be per- 
formed, "The Qneen of the Air," in which the 
whole company will appeir, and the comic ballet 
entitled "St. Valentine's Day." 

Theatre Comque.— To-night that Yersa- 

tile and original ethiopian comedian Johnny Tuers 
will make his reappearance, and will see that the 
fun af the Theatre Comique is never allowed to 
flag from the time the curtain rises, until mid- 
night. Among the novelties will be "Dandy Pat,"' 
and "Kitty from Cork,' by Mike Quihn and Kins 
Lave. "The Damon in the Woods," by Frank Jones 
and Jake Wallase, and Johnny Tuers in his great 
burlesque part of " Clam-Eel." 

The Oxford.— There will be many noyel- 

ties Id the bill presented at this cozy little theatre 
to-night. Miss Sally Thayer, the ever popular com- 
ic vocalist, will appear in new and original charac- 
ter sketches, Carlova in Dutch songs, Lizzie Har- 
mon in popular ballads, Jimmy Hall in engine! 
dancer, and the whole company in the roaring farce 
of "The Fifteenth Amendment." 
"TheKeb Pocket Book."— Our readers 

will remember that very shortly after the publi 
cation of Charles Reade's famous novel of "Fon 
Play." the charge was brought against him that he 
bad stolen, not only the plot, bnt a large portion 
of the language and situations of his novel from 
a French play, the title of which translated into 
English was '■ Tbe Bed Pocket Book." Passage 
after passage was brought forward to show that 
"Foul Play" owed all its merits to MM. Fouraier 
end Meyer's t drilling drama. This drama has been 
translated and adapted for the American stage by 
Messrs. J. 0. Ford and J. F. Sears of this city, and 
will be produced at tbe Metropolitan Theatre on 
Monday. Thousands of dollars have been spent 
en new scenery end stage appointments for this 
play, and the stage of the Metropolitan Theatre 
will on Monday nigbt present so changed an ap- 
pearance as to be scarcely recogn izable. Some of 
the mechanical effects in trod a cod in this play a- # 
perfectly new and original, and that of the sink- 
ing ship and escape of the passengers and crew 
by boats end raft is expected to surpass any "sen- 
sation scene" ever presented en the stage. 

"RorcE st Nodi," a romantic drama 
from the French, which is to be prcdnced for tbe 
first time in 'America at the California Theatre 
on Monday, is a reasonable piece at this time, 
when such fierce war is being wsged on gambling 
"Kongo et Notr" will be "playtd" at the California 
Theatre in spite of all enactments against unlaw- 
ful games, and it is rumored that it will be pro- 
duced with "real gamblers." It this be so, a num- 
ber of the "sporting fraternity'* thrown ont of 
situations, might perhaps secare an engagement 
by applying at the box office. 

Anatomical Museum.— One of the most 
complete collections of the kind in the United 
States, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at the Musenm on Montgomery street. An 
hour may be profitably spent here. 

Professor Plummee's Eyrarr a T w^rw r 
—There wi* targe audience at Mercantile Libra- 
ry Hall la vening, which Professor Plummer 
succeeded in keeping entertained and amused by 
bia dry humorand comic delineations. 

Billy Emebsos.— This chief of the burnt 
cork favorites has been snowed in at Chsyeune, 
but this men ag a telegram announces that be 
will arrive to--: aht. Pete Lee. a popular end-man 
and favorite at the East, comes on with him for 
the Alhambra. 



Ketv People foe the Alhambea.— Messrs. 
Kelly and Leon's season is drawing to a close; a 
couple of weeks more of burlesque opera,— inimi- 
tably rendered by them,— is all that remains to 
complete their engagement. On Monday next 
Manager Maguire will leave New York and bring 
on with him for the Alhambra a new company e f 
talented and popular professionals. Things look 
lively for the Alhambra. 

The Cuff House. — Nothing is more 
health-giving than a spin along the Cliff House 
Road and a eniff of the briny air in the neighbor- 
hood of that famona ihostelry. Nothing is more 
enjoyable than one of Captain Foster's dinners 
with a bottle of bis choice wine. 



PACIFIC CQaSTJJRMtUTIG NEWS. 

Sax Jose.— The people of San Jose disiipate in- 
tellectually at the Lyceum. 

Yibgesia Cttt, Net.— Professor Foeier com- 
menced a series of lectures et National Guard 
Hall on the 10th. 

MAJtT&viLLE.— Edwards* New Panorama of the 
Great Rebellion is to be on exhibition at Tamer 
Hall this afternoon end evening. 

C-MEPTontille- — The Camp ton villieoi had 
some amusement last week.| A correspondent 
of the Marysville Standard says : 

New Year's evening a musical and dramatical en- 
tertainment, to aid in liquidating the debt of the 
Good Templar Hall, waa given. The exercises 
consisted of a quartette by the Camptonville 
choir; sfaen tbe popular comedy of "Tbe Captain 
of the Watch." followed by "The Toodles." ThB 
evening's entertainment concluded with a local 
burlesque by the Fuller 'Minstrels. The net re- 
ceipts amounted to about to about $113 

SiCBAStEsro.— On Monday and Tuesday eve- 
nings the play of "Elizabeth, Queen of England," 
with Mrs. F. M. Bates as Elizabeth, was presented 
to fair houses. On Wednesday eveaing the per- 
formance consisted of the comedy of "The Bar- 
rack Room," and the comic drama of "Robert 
Macaire," W.J. Coggeswsll playing Macaire and 
W. F_ Crosbie playing Jacques Strop. On Thurs- 
day a Sacramento lady, wife of Wm. R. Williams, 
made her first appearance on any stage in the 
character of Fron-Frou. The Beeeays Mrs. Wil- 
liams evinces dramatic talent of a high order, has 
a fine presence, e* eet voice and clear articulation, 
and her acting waa simple and natural. Last 
night "School" was performed, ' Oars" and the 
"Last Days of Pompeii," were underlined. Sac- 
ramento people going to bed early, the perform- 
ance commences at half-past seven. The Yarie- 
tlesaftera desperate struggle has collapsed, the 
Sheriff having taken possession ef it. 

ppr.-n avt>.— On the 30th nit, G. B. Waldron and 
company performed the drama of "Under the 
Spell : er, St. Patrick's Eve," and "The Rough Di- 
amond." Tbe company is highly spoken of by the 
Portland papers. Cobura k McOabe announced 
that on tne 1st they would commence the publica- 
tion of the Dramatic Chronicle, a paper for gen- 
eral gratuitious distribution and to serve as pro- 
gramme of the Oro Fino Theatre. We have not 
yet received it. 

Salt Laex Onr.— Oliver Doud Byron p'ayed 
'Across the Continent" eight nights to good 
houses. On the 26th ult. he produced "Ben Mc- 
Cullough," on the occasion of his benefit and play- 
ed it four nights, closing on Jan. 3d in "Across the 
Continent," On the 4th "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was 
produced with Miss Eliza Goal dock as Cassyand 
Eliza. Miae Rose Evans commenced an engage- 
engagement on the &tb, opening in "Joan 
of Arc." Miss Evans is on her way to California. 

Yallejo.— The Lancashire Bell Ringers gave 
an entertainment at Eureka Hall en Thrnday 
and will perform again to-night. Tbe Fakir of 
Arabia gave an entertainment en the lOtb. 

Gbass Y alley.— The Union of Saturday last 
says: 

All who have seen Barker's Panorama of the 
"Four Rivers" pronounce it to be one of the best 
exhibitions yet given in this place. The painting 
is splendid, and the drawings are faithful. Tne 
panorama will be exhibited this evening, at Hamil- 
ton Hall, for the last time in Grass Yaliey. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS 

The Martinetti-Ravel Troupe opened at Pitts- 
burgh. Fa., on the 26th, with Paul in "The Bra- 
zilian Ape," and Ignacio and Adelaide, aged re- 
spectively six and four, in tbe can-can. At the 
Opera House a new play, "Through by Fire," is 
running. J. M. Ward closed at the Fifth-avenue 
on the 23d. and was succeeded by LeffingwelL 
James Collins, Martha Wren, Dick Sands, and 
others are at Trimble's Varieties. 

In Washington, D. 0., Wachtel appeared in Ger- 
man Opera at tbe New National Theatre on the 
8th. 

L. J. Mestayer. late lew comedian at the New 
National, has severed his connection with the 
company, owing to a disagreement between him- 
self and Manager Seville, which terminated in a 
free fight. 

Piof.Risley, according to report, has leased Ca- 
rusis's Theatre, and has purchased for $30,900 s 
building on Pennsylvania avenne, which will give 
him an entrance and right of way from the ave- 
nue to tbe theatre. 

In Baltimore, Chaofrau appeared in Sam at 
Ford's Theatre on the 1st. "Hnmpty Dumpty" 
was running at the Holiday -street Theatre. John 
T. Ford had a complimentary benefit on the 5th. 

In Philadelphia, Wachtel opened at the Acad- 
emy on the 29th nit. De Yivo is his business man- 
ager. Sethern was to appear on the 15th. M'Ue 
Morlacchi and ballet troupe are at the Chest- 
nut. "Wait and hope," Byron's latest produc- 
tion was presented at the Arch on the 1st. A cor- 
respondent of the New York Mercury Rays : 

Tbe Seventh- street Opera House, after being 
tbe cause of misfortune to half a dozen managers, 
is leased by W. H. Smith, known as the California 
Manager, (and is said to be backed by a prominent 
Philadelphia^), who is at present rehtting and re- 
altering the same, to be opeoed in the first week 
in January as a first class theatre, witn Robert 
Craig, comedian, late ol tbe Chestnut, stage man- 
ager. It iaeaid Sosan Galton and Harry Josephs 
are included i» the com. a >j: the stage manager 
now being in New York trying to collect togetder 
a company. This enterprise will not be a success. 
The place haa been run down by variety shows, 
quacks, sparring exhibitions, can-cans, etc.. and al- 
terations or at tractions can never induce our first- 
class citizens to patronize it, 

A variety company comprising Annie Adams, 
Turner and Lester, Lilla and Zoe, and many oth- 
ers is at Fox's American Theatre. 

The New York Clipper says: "A managsrial 
ring was recently procured in the Golden State br 
O. Doud Byroo, and being set with diamonds, was 
sent on to Mr. Carroll, of the Park Theatre, 
Brooklyn. 

Sheridan and Hack, vocal and terpsicborean ar- 
tists, closed their engagement at Fox'a .Variety 
Theatre on the 19th ult. 

The Nilsson opera troupe are engaged to appear 
at Lousmlle, on the 23d inst for one week. 

Mr. Shiel Barry, who opened at Wood's Muse- 
um, New York, on the Stb, is an Irish comedian of 
merit. In the principal towns of Australia he 
Wis long a great favorite, atd on visiting Great 
Britain he was favorably received. On making 
bis first appearance in London at the Princess 
Theatre early last year, he was pronounced tbe 
best Irish comedian seen in that city for many 
years. 

The Grand Duke Alexis presented Pare pa-Rosa 
at Buffalo with a bracelet studded with diamonds 
and 'orquoises. in token of his admiration of her 
siagiog on Christmas night. 

Lotteat Kansas City, 6th. Slipped ou the ice 
and hurt herself at Baltimore, 13th. Could not 
play that night, but opened In Cincinnati on the 
2*»h. 

Tbe McKea Rankin Troupe opened their newly 
leased theatre in St. Lonis, Jan. 1st. 



Harry Cunningham has purchased of Mr. Mc- 
Cloakey the play of "Poverty Flat." He will ap- 
pear throughout the country in It, with the ex- 
ception of California, the right to play the piece 
in which baa beeu purchased by Williamson of 
tbe California Theatre. 

Johnny Allen and Alice Harrison were at Har- 
lem Music Hall, Jan. let. 
A New Ycrk paper of the 1st Inst, says: 
Billy Emerson Is in town trom ban Francisco. 
Tom Maguire is expected dai'y. Sam San- 
ford, aong and dance man. thinks of going to Cal- 
if orni*. 

Geo. M. Cipncogave readings in Philadelphia on 
tbe 28th ult. 

In Boston, "Tbe Streets of New York" was run- 
ningat the Museum .... "Divorce has been re- 
vived at the Globe. Sothern as Lord Dundreary 
at the Boston Theatre. ...At the Howard, on the 
2>tb, Shappeeand Whitney, gjmnasts, Sylvester 
and Miss Angelique Schett. Charley How***d is a 
great favorite and appears in old darkey charac- 
ter?. 

In Chicago at the Globe Theatre, "Bertha" with 
Blanche De Bar as the heroine was succeeded by 
the Christmas spectacular drama of "The Mistle- 
toe Bough" Arlington's Minstrels have tbe 

Went Side Opera House.... Manning's Minstrels 
at the Michigan-avenue Theatre, co uprising. 
Manning, Billy Rice, Con. T. Murphy, gave 
way on the 25th to the Wyndbam Tronpe, who 

opened in 'Caste" The Olympic is doing well 

with Madame Senyaah and a variety troupe.... 
Manager J. H. Wood, of the Olympic, has se- 
cured Burlington Hall and will put in a variety 
company, Jan. 6th. Among the company ate 
Frank Frayne. Bowman and Harris, Billy Court- 
wright, Clara Butler and Helen Revere ...Sis- 
patches state that the Academy of Music, costing 
(tS.MO, complete in all its appointments, and tbe 
foundation stone which was laid only 42 days ago 
was opened Dec. 9th by the Wyndbam comedy 
company. It is situated on Haietead street, near 
MadifOn. Mr. Lawlor, the well-known actor, ia 
the director, 

Tony Pastor advertises his Second annual sum- 
mer tour to begin at Providence, May Stb. Among 
his company will be tbe very talented and original 
Ella Wesner, Sydney Franks and Emma Alio rd. 

Siegrist and his pupils— two-legged and four- 
legged, commenced an engagement at Nixon's 
Broadway Circus, New York, on the first. 

William Worrell, the clown, father of Sophie 
Jennie and Irene, is performing at Nixon's Broad- 
way Circus. New York. 

J. H. Budworth will shortly appear in McOloa- 
key'splay of "Pomp, or; Way Down South," at 
•ne of the Broadway Theatres, after which he will 
appear at the Academy of Music. Brooklyn, sup- 
ported by a carefully selected company. 

Hooley's Opera House, Brooklyn, was opened 
nnder its old proprietor, Mr. R. M. Hooley, on 
Dec. ISth 

Mrs. D. P. Bowers opened at the Mobile Theatre 
Djcember 16th fora short season in "Tbe Lady of 
Lyons." 

Edwiu Booth has acted "Hamlet" over twelve 
hundred times 

Boecb, the inBane lover of Nilsson, who haa on 
two occasions been brought np in Essex Market 
N. Y., for attempting to force his way into her 
rooms at her hotel, has been eent to a lunatic 
asylum. 

The last time Joe Jefferson was in St. Lonis 
Judge Joseph Gillespie was prevailed upon to go 
and see "Rip Van Winkle." This was the first 
play the judge bad ever witnessed. When asked 
what be thought about it, he [replied : "Hem! 
hem! confounded ridiculous. Tbe idea of a poor 
Dutch woman over a washtnb with diamond rings 
on her fingers." The judge's criticism was an 
eminently just one. 

In New York, the season of Italian opera at the 
Academy of Music was finally wound up on tbe 3d 
with the performance of "Lucia di Lammermoor." 

At Line Edwin's Theatre opera bouffe still 

draws. M'lle Dubois made her debut in "Lei 
noces de Jeannette" and "Fleur de The" on the 

4th "Hnmpty Dumpty" continues to reign at 

the Olympic, and took a new lease of life January 
6th, in honor of its one hundred and fiftieth per- 
formance, much new business being introduced. 

'"Divorce" is running at the Fifth-avenne 

Theatre "John Garth" still holds the stage at 

WaJlack's At Booth's Theatre. "Julius Ces- 
ser-" is a great success. Some description of the 
manner in which it is presented may be found in 
Monday's issue The "Black Crook" contin- 
ues at Niblo's. At the Christmas matinee the re- 
ceipts were S2.J00, and in tbe evenicg $4,211 

At the Grand Opera House the Florences are play* 
ing in "No Thoroughfare." At Wooo'a Mu- 
seum, Shiel Barry, a celebrated Irish comedian, is 
playing in Palgrave Simpson's new drama, "Erin 
Abu." At Tony Pastor's the Hernandez Com- 
bination and Jenny Engel are the leading attrac- 
tions The San Francisco Minstrels are doing 

well. Billy West is singing comic local rhymes 
which are very popular, and Birch, Backus, Wam- 

bold and others give a varied entertainment 

At Bryant's, "Shoo-Fly" has been revived At 

the Union Square Theatre the Lauri Family ap- 
pear in pantomime. A sketch entitled "Bounce 
Him" is given, with Hughsy Dougherty. Lew Rat 
tier, J. F. Wambold, Johnny DeAngslis, Geo. H. 
Goes, John Mulligan, William Asboroft and Miss 

Hardy in the cast At the Bowery, Mr. Freligu 

announces as in preparation a new local drama 
by T. W. Meighan, entitled "The Waifs of New 
York," for the better production of which engage- 
ments have been effected with Miss Elate Ray- 
mond and O. B. Collins At the Theatre Com- 

ique Mies Ella Wesnsr is a great favorite. Kitty 
O'Neil, Josh Hart and many others appear. A 
burlesque entitled "The White Orook" is the last 

novelty At tbe Thirty-fourth- street Theatre 

Jule Keen, Dutch comedian, and F. Maginley, 

Irish comedian, nave been engaged George M. 

Ciprico gave readings and songs at Steinway Hall 
on Dec. 26 th, to a fair audience. Readings In a 
city where theatres and all other amusements are 
plentiful cannot be expected to draw copiously. 

Charlotte Cushman in readings, at Burlington, 
Vu, January 15. 

Edwin Adams opened in Richmond on the 1st for 
one week. 
Maggie Mitchell opened in Louisville on the 
tb. 

J. K. Emmet was at New Haven on the 6th. 
Nell and her dramatic compauy appeared in 
Albany N. Y.. on the 1st in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 
Levy, of tbs Niath Naw York BegimeutBand, 
and the b3st cornetist in America, has made an 
engagement with Duke Alexis for the coming 
year, and is to be in St. Petersburg by March 15th. 
He goes to play in the Emperor's saloon and at 
concerts, and will receive 60,000 francs for the 
season. 

The financial success of Barnum's show the last 
Summer exceeds all precedent Daring the 
greater poriion of tbs season three exhibitions 
were given daily, the treasurer having no leisure 
as the ticket-wagons were open from morning tili 
night. It was feund necessary to barrel up the 
currency and notes, and ship them to New York, 
where girls were employed to straighten and count 
the funds. 

"A man with apiece writ' en for him" came to 
griaf the other day. TheN. Y. Clipper tells the 
story; 

Dick Ralph, a minstrel performer, made his me- 
tropolitan debut upon the dramatic stage at the 
Bowery Theatre on Monday evening. Dec. 16tb, in 
what the bills announced as "a new drama entitled 
'Fate, or the New York Newsboy.' " The "drama" 
consisted of a collection of scenes strung together 

1 without the slightest regard to unity, and viewed 
only as a vehicle for the product on Mr, Ralph a 



specialties, could not conscientiously be pronoun- 
ced a success. The well-worn sketch of "Barney's 
Courtship." which waa bodily introduced in the 
first act, be impersonated fairly an elderly Irish 
woman, and afterwards a young man named Bar- 
ney. In bis endeavo'S to perform upon a targe 
number of musical instruments he was only par- 
tially seeceasful, as he only succeeded in playing 
correctly two or three. In a song and dance he 
was more at home, bnt even this performance 
elicited but slight recognition from the audience. 
In short, all that be attempted has bsen much 
better accomplished, quite recently, by other par- 
formers upon the same stage, 
t* There are rumors that an American composer is 
at work upon an opera which will be produced 
next winter, and will be located in this oountry. 
The scene will be laid in tbe time of De Soto's die 
covery of the Mississippi, and will include the 
famed and fabled Fountain of Youth which was 
tbe object of his search. There will be a chance 
for spectacular display at the Fountain of Youtb, 
and there is certainly a chance for dramatic situ- 
ations. Tbe heroine is to be an Indian maiden 
and the hero will be tbe famous explorer. Wbat 
the music will be remains to be seen. At present 
it is like a riddle of Lord Dundreary's— "one of 
those things tha' no feller can find out." 



Ease anu Liuxury, 

' We overheard a lady say tb fc other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to btry 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence— 
jnet like what they send yon from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when yon want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carriages In the State. 
There la a private carriage or coupe© for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences ror shopping and or- 
dinary calls and ror the theatre and opera; the 
Landaus and splendid six-seat Bockaways lor 
drives on the road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, witn Frank Bouton, or at the stable*. 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. q 

After tbe Bella Union 

Comique and Globe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way horns should go to 
the Verandah Oigar Store, corner Washington 
and Kearny, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese-made cigar in 
the store, bnt every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost np to the finest imported HavanaB. 
A fine stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable lor 
presents during the coming holidays. Every- 
thing at prices to suit the times. w" 



Tbe Best Farm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm ^Wagon is 
the best ; over 500 sold on this coast Hills 
& Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. e: 



Geary 



McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made sad made to order, No. 

street, corner Ke arny. 

New Tork Dry Goods Store. 

813 Stockton street, between Olay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctions very cheap. Bememoer the number.* 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for SI per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left out four times a month.] 

Auctioneer*. 

J. Terry A Co., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine street. 

Booksellers and Stationer*. 
Hitchcock. Geo. B. A Co., 413 and 415 Sanaeme. 

Bnalnese Colleges. 
Hsald'B, Bryant 4 Stratum, 24 Poet. 

Bat eh era. 
Lnmsden, John E., Stall 3, Occidental Market. 

Sntter street side. 
Wray . Jacob, Stalls 8 and 9, California Market. 
Katz, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brass Founder! es. 
Weed k Kingwell, California, 125 First Et. 

Cigars and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen k. Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., corner Sansome and Market, and 
Ellis and Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magary 4 Co., (successors to H. M. Lockwoed & 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cOr. Pine. 

Crockery, Glassware, etc 
Douglas P. A Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

CoafectI oners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candles, etc 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 1-T Second street 

Deealomante Depot. 
Mrs. Cotter, 70 Silver Btreet. near Third 

Employment OflScea. 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Ooti'i. 
Locan i. Co., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Sntter, 

Hardware. 
E.. F. Oeborn k Co.. 749 Market. 

Hameu and fleddlery wholesale). 
Johnson. J. C. k Co.. 104 and 106 Front. 

(RetsiL) 
Van Conrt, John F., 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoop, and Corsets. 
M. Freud, m'f'tr k inventor, 36 Second, cer. Jessie 

II n in ii u Hair. 
Sampson, A. E. t Co., 102 Second street. 

Jewelry. 

Laird. D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelspiel, S. a. kOo., (agents for United State 
Watch Go.) 313 Bosh. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Hater, W. k Hinx, 5 and 7 Sntter. and 506 Market 

Ma»!c aad Mailcal Instrument!. 
Cohen Simon k Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store,I?ewMontg'y,n'r How'd 
Keene, C. 0., mftr. accordiana, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 263 Kearny. 
Marble Work., 
Daniel, John k Co., 421 Pine street. 

Maecaroal MonnfaclDrer*. 
Brign&rdello, Mecchiavello k Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane k Co.. No. 92 California Market. 

Prodnce Commlasloo Merchant*. 
Mng&n k Moran, corner Drumm and Clay. 
Powder aad Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., Age:, t Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

Hiding Academies. 
Lnsk's, 737 Folaom street, bet Third and Fourth 

Bee tawrants. 
Philadelphia Restaurant, 408 Pine street. 

Sewing Machines; 
Elliptic 27 South Montgomery, 
Wheeler k Wilson. 427 Montgomery 
WUloox k Gibbs, S. M, Oo., 119 Poet sU 

Show Cards. 
Morris, 33 Geary street 

Silvered Crystal Boor Pla . 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stove* and Tlaware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market 
Lewis k Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market 
Sickier, Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 549 Market, opp. Second. 

Toy* aad Fancy Ooods, 
Oohen Simon k Brother, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Snrgeons. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street 

'Wine* aad Uejawra (wholesale). 
Daren F. k Co., 504 Front 




The inventor of this really wonderful TONIO 
after a series of years and experiments, has suc- 
ceeded in bringing before the poblic all that can 
can be desired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 
CERTIFICATES: 
I have carefully tested and examined your I XL 
Bitters, and End that they cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HOLLAi-D, 

Om AND Cottsty Hospital. San Francisoe, 
Jnne 20tb, 1871.— I ehonld judge that the 1 X L 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally osed in disease* 
of that nature, and are of the creates! efficiency 
in their core.— F. H. Engels, M. D , Ase't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary O. k O. Hospital. 

State Aseayeb's Office, San Francisco, Jnht 
21st, 1871. —I have made a careful examination ol 
your I X L Bitters, and have found them entirely 
free of deleterious miutr"' n^racces.— Yours 
etc., i-rKT-jiU'State Assays*. 

Beware of Counterfeit* ! None genuine 
without the eimatnre of Dr. Henley across the 
top of each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

H. EPST£T\ A CO.. Sole Proprietors, 
an5tf £18 Front atreet, 8. F. 




10 2 1 



"pHAT IN THAT LITTLE STORE, NO» 8 I 
Second Btreet, there are more perfect -fit tine i 
better and cheaper Shirts sold at retail than in 
any ether store in tbe city. Six years' experience t 
in selling STAR SHIRTS has demonstrated thai I 

XH3 PgQdlig IFHE XH3MI 

AMERICAN 
STAR SHIRT DEPOTI 

Ho. 8 Second atreet. 
Jyl9 In BENEDICT A OO. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE! 

BT.K. cor. Jackson and Kearny it*. 

THE GREAT EBADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL I 
COMPLAINTS, formerly or Lock Hospital. 
London, nine years in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in Sao Francisco. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting 40 years of bis 
life to professional practice, and the successful 
treatment of those CORONIO DISEASES ' 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote < 
the remainder of his days to qniet-life enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from the 
Buffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit onoe more the 
scenes of his early triumphs. Lock Hospital, 
spend a year within its wards, and inform him- 
self of all the new methods of treatment in their 
celebrated institution, and then give a few more 
years of his life to the alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. Hfc'is agrwn located at his old office, cor- 
ner Jackson and Kearny streets, where for 1(1 yean 
previous his practice as a SPECIALIST resulted 
in the cure of all cases brought under hi? care. 
The Doctor's motto is "honorable and suocesafsl 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DB, CHAS. H. TOZEB, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets, 
del2 tf San FranclBCO. 



ASTROLOGY. 



'-•r% 



derful Fortune Teller in the world, can . 
be found at No. 833 Pacific street, between 
Stockton and Powell He ubcb all kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will give lore 
and look to all who want it. Don't forget to call 
and eee him. jylS lm 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN tlHERICI. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOrS ILATOI. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF TOD WAST 
the Reed, bny one. Price, 91. OO. For sale 
by GEORGE HDGHES, 313 andSIo Waabing- 
ton atreet. de20 2w 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. «»7 KEABNT 8TBEET, 
Abjodctwq tbs weed Sew/txs Hachtxi Stobi. 

grntlemeirs shirts hade to order 
and dis guaranteed. Our reputation for 
mating PEEFBCT-FITTING SHIRTS 
to order is well known. Gents' Fnrnisbine Good* 
at the lowest rate. jy23 tf 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 



FRESH MADE CANDIES, 
Cornecopiae, Cand 



FANCY BOXES, 



the Little Folks, at Mercer's Pio_ . 

ufactorieB, 518 Kearny street, and 127 Second 

street. Oountry orders filled to any extent. 




LUSK'S 

Riding Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, 737 Folwm *t., 
bet, Third and Fourth. 
del5tf 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OF CALIFORNIA, 7»3# .■ 
Market street, between Tbirf and f 
Fourth. San Francisco. Manufactun 
of tbe heat hinds of TRU6SVS AIf_ 
SUPPORTERS. •»• All erWes in this line eon- 
atantlyaa. hand, and repam mad* at .Maaoaahle 
prices. d*2£ lau 






IOWLAND'* 

COMPOUND 

Wild Cherry 




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Sat* nUMBCO >HlHI'*r. JANUARY 



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PARKER HOUSE. 







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ANNETTE INCE 

IBS AS SKTTK INCE u . . . I.OCRCIl 
John IfCrLLOl OH .- ...Ul nn Uto 
nm in»mo January t.-i 



Lucrezia Borgia! 



METROPOLITAN TIIEATRl. 
















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""■TaT STIBTSOIV 


RIAPPIARANCE 


OF MISS HENRIETTA OSBORNE 


(attiioat ArrcmiooK January is 

' a, I'lWIil Law TWltHM V4 ImmUi llww. t. Irr. f.lftlarm, "UU4 

Tlae Marble Heart 




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r K-IIt rr.,1 ,1. I'.arrr e 'l-ml.m.o Mi ainln 

. Willi, tlmme I J<t«n. • roou.m rr-.l William. 

mim HnHirrrt imbohmi 

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Kitrnnllu. N M...d. P«tM 
MUftMft«to Moot. I llano. • boot Orpkftl Mia run; Town 



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Mr rt.och 

J. Totnaoft, Jr 

0. Hear? 
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To bo loll. ..4 |.y ft 
Him.lllm.lilMl Ml. 



Tft tse.-lade «li» tbe Ooaaio AfiorplK., 

Nan the Good for Nothing 

7 am tilt;.. ). c WtlUemjon 

W. A Mi.'.t.t 

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m Ocoriift Treaeh 

1. B. smut 

Nftft tto Oftod.lor Kotbln* MIM Mlftnlc W.llon 

SATT-BDAT. u 1 ><Im>- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

ilwl.a l« *ll part, of Ike Hour Half Prlc« 



HAS. R. TOZETS ■ 



r MOSDAT ETENISO- 

nOUGB .HT NOZR. 




RICHARD III 



K'n* Be»ry 

Puke of Hoc ilrtL* 

OUMkr. 

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TrtA-el 

lUtclllf 

Lord May-or 

LW-.' enact 



J. H. Tin ■on 

Hairy Ooltoa 

write 8lmn» 

i. ii 

• Hinckley 



Tirre] .. 

RotMk. 

Oifon... 

Prince of Wale* 

Dnke'of York.. 



..John Magulre | QUERN BUZABRTH., 

J. Crow«ll l.uij Anne 

R. W. Kelly | Dncbea* of York 



...MR. B. T. STETSON 

JR. Walter* 

Or*. lie WllAoa 

Hury FKrJtniM 

S. T. Deaford 

Miss Hurt** Rao If 

MU* Lula Wlltnn 

...MISS HENRIETTA OSBORNE 

Mi*a Fanny Youog 

Mrs. Fr»nk Rea 



SUNDAY EVENING JANUARY 14 

Will be presented Chailts Potter's Thrilling dnmi entitled 



■TNT ID 



lEj-iErc:: 



WALTER WILHARTH. A Banker 

Jim JoLd*oo, a Dmnk»rd 

Carrel Dentaan 

Sir Richard Fr^land, a Banker. . . 



WALTER WILMARTB. 

Jim Jobnaon 

Carrol l fenman 

Curtis Pump kin 

Simon Pumpkin 

Sir Rlrtiard Frc-eland. .. , 

Adolpbna Darling 

Doctor Pelbam 



tlllR.UTCRi IS THE PKOI.OOI t 

s Cl-rk MR. E. T. STETSON 

Jame* M. Bardie i Oill-rt FarDAirortb, tbe Cashier John Woodard 

Barry Coltoo Sberlff John Maguire 

J. H. McCabo I OfficAra, etc., by tbo Company. 

CHARACTERS IN THE DRAMA: 

E. T. 8TET3QN 

Jamea M. Bardie I sheriff Jobn Maguire 

Walter Colton | Carri* Mlaa Fanny Yonng 

J. H. Vinbon Jenny i Ml*8 Maggie Moore 

Willie Slmms | Fanny Mi*a Ra«ie Bonle 

J. B. MoCabo I Mrs. Bolivar Mr'. Frank Rea 

George Binckley Peg, tbe old Witch Fanny BAnk* 

Orvlllo Wllflon I Mrs. Farns worth Miaa Ada Deaves 





MOSDAT EYEMNG T ^1 13 


RED X=» O O 15: E T 


BOO lEC. 




aWTbe Piano used In this Theatro is from Sherman & Hyde's, corner 


Kearny 


and Sutter streets. 




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SO I s9*No extra obargf> for Reserved Seata. 

" Cars will leave the Theatre for tbe ilistloo and North Beach every night At the close of tbe performance. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

— — » — 

Tvco lVoTRjr PlooOa* 

SATURDAY a.J SUNDAY I VEIUNGS 

«ii awM aK 
(MkM 

- ' I ••»» 

M..' -• 

H ftfti. r (— r. 

Imu *H' i •■raar 

Mmarst* ii. i 

The Brother* — Saanwells and MontAgno 

Favtarll* Hall— 1 Tummy W*rT-i»« 

aWa« «»A Baaea ... M-.lr ZmI 

Doubo Song and Dance, "Nancy Brown.** 

MAOOIK KNK.Iir a».l < HK1H MATHKWI. 

l.n.|r.A.i|-lhi Hoodlaa."!! rbaraeUr....rit.rM «l*rr 

Ahawwl RalUt ealltlad 

0t. XTA-L.ETXr'rilME'ASI DA TT 

Teas.. .. iMihinmili 

Hafae-iibor* { Loa MaOartbr 

Ham.. ' j II Urkta 

, Mi- JoiPphtna 

Ifalll* . ' lebooltlrU ! Oarrla ArtBitroac 

AMI*.... < Maj Ure» 

Old Man KdMAOtAtra* 

OrartarA— At 1» o'olo«k Orcba.t t a 

ORUT 6LOBE ACT IlfiEIIIR fiEBBETTA 

Irl.R .JIb MlaaJoarphlnc 

n«nti Mrillf)- . Cnr-rl* Arra.lr.mi .1- .f. II. I.arkla 

K-i!» Lark in Bra* ... Thompaoe... Taylor Maria Zeal 

BONO-'TJnprotecUd F9«ta- MAOOIE KlflOHT 

To ooncloda with an Original MnaleaJ and l-*«»n Ur* Barlaaqae 
on "Rip Van WlokTa." t-x J- O. Arnold, aotltlad Tba 

QUEEN OF THE AIE 

Zuzlenm Vonilarftpllu, tlift orlHlnft! "Rip" 11. D. Thompson 

1'nnce Bofl.r. of tbo Khin. (win*)..... UUrft Btftrr 

KintinKro.r.r. Lord Ke.pnrof Ibt Ball I'upi LoD M«Oftrtky 

Toby Y»llot.ib»k««p«r ohrli MftUftw* 

Tippinl Gift, Z.Bl.am'.BOD Mftt K.lly 

Mr*. Voodtr.pltK Oftrris OhapmftO 

Kmtrinft, Bftftd Wn M.kki. Knight 

K.triDB. tntrti rf.r. ftttur IIumdi* GtrretU 

IMMOKTAJ.8. 

rlnstpbrsezr, Qao.a of the Air Minnin Flllrnorft 

Z.lpaoroatou.l. the Swftrtt Day Tel Tommy Brftft 

UobbobliO I AttenH.nl trot*. I Ed MonUfPft 

A.terotb , Atteodentlmpe | L , on s,,,,.^,. 

Zephyr Marie Zoel I A rami* Maggie Brewer 

(JoraliDe Miaa Josephine Byeointh Uarrie ArniatronR 

SuoQower Faooy Garrtieon I Cloudlet May Leroy 

Demone. Pniriee, etc., eto. 

IN BF.UEARSA.L— 

THE PHANTOM STEAMER. 



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TROLOCY, 




TJiviona- 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF BAH FRANCISCO. 



THr AMFAUEIT IVIIKII WAS 
Vveieal av Ihle Cnmpanr to proelilt- far 
l l lw laiorrrd by Ibc GREAT CHI- 
liflOFIKi; hai nuw been paid la fall. 

roi K III MIUIII AMI FIFTY 
TallleAXI) IIIII.I.ABVH haft beea rc- 
eatit^d for irltlrrarnt "f Chlrnro loaaea, 
eeblfh have rn-i-n ladln.lrd proaiptly and 
paid DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. 

It le tbe pallcy of thla C'empnny to 
aeret all el He ohllft-atloDS HONORA- 
BLY, and It eollrlte the pntrooace of 
tbe pablle who dealre to IniDrr where 
tbey ran abtala HOLID SECTKIT Ytand 
FAIR DEAI.IM. 

PBISOIl'AL OFFIOB: 

416 and 418 California street. 



SVtTATC Tlll'tKAHD Prealdcat 

At. S. KITTLE Vice President 

nUILB D. HATFA Secretary 

Jftllm 



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p.srn"*'*"! 

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rvURINO LAST WF.BK, A FLAOE WHERB 
■*-^ all Drink, are lOc. and ot tbe beet qaality; 
ftlfto, tbe plaoe to Bet tbe beet Hot Hootch Paooh, 
Tom ftod Jerry, or mixed drinke. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

....ATTBDI.... 

"X^COI* BOOTOEC," 

IS MORTON 8TREKT (our Keftroy). 
Illllf FKLDMAXX A- BKKiliH. 




FINS 



BUSINESS 

SUITS, 



$30! 



$30! 



CUSTOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear oar .aite anle.e made up in tbo BEST 
8TYLE aod PERFECT FITS. 

UNC1STER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 

•)>■' "pp. MsikdI) ■•'■ Opera Honae. [Im 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



O. MTJJjLBn, 

OPTlOIAIf, 

feOA Montgomery Street, Knaa Block, 

Jo33 tl Ban Franofeeo. 



ZlEUAtXO'V.A.Xj. 



8 10.000 K.' 

BUHWURER, Profe 



ANY PERSON 

n to equal MME.. 

mUHWuRER, ProfeBBOr of Great 
Myiterieft. 6oe caret, alckoeua after 
recovery is hopeless, and givei ( 

raot information on all affaire of I 

Prof. 8. bes invalnabln TaliBmana for » , 
love, a-ood look, and alio seeing ynnr intended. 
Fee, 91 and upward. OfBoa. No. e«3 Wnahington 
aareet, betwe*n «tockt«n and Dopoat, below the 
Obnreb, for a abort time only. jn4 tf 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR SALE. 

OLD ESTABLISHED. AND DOING A GOOD 
bnnioess, aa tbe booka will abow. Re&aon for 
■elliog, tbe proprietor haa other eDKaKementa that 
be has to fulfil. 
aO-Apply at Figaro Office. jititf 



THEATRE ROTISSERIE. 

Dnp-unt at., on door aonth of Soak, 
MAROHAIf D LATB OF THJ 
•RoUaaaria Reitaarant" <rf tbe DdIob 
Olab Proprietor. — The TaWea prarrl 
dad with All tbe Delloaoioi of the aeaaoa. 
■•-OySTERH IN BTBBT 8'nVLB. loJaal 



^BaB'oii 



JOHN E. Z.TJMSDE1T, 

WHOLEKALR AND RETAIL 
BUTOHBRS, and dealere to 

OOTIDENTAL RAJrlaUT iSotte" 

■MMtftMO. 

■a- Ordere eolielud aed promptly filled. Ooodt 
deUrerftd fiae to all paria of the city. soli ml 




ALBBRT MOROANSTEBW 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

f^O THIRD STRKET, NEAR 

ATlOiloward. Thrt-e square Fremh 

Dishes. *5 cents, Tbe Cheapeit and 

Beat Restanrant in the city. Parttea^ 

rooming in tbe noighborbood will »■ 

Und thia bouse comfortable and quiet- jsS In. 



E. PARDINI, 

NO. T»» WASHmOTON 8TRHET, 
(above the Plaxa), Son Pranokgo. 
Boots and Shoes made to order In the 
beat French style._Tbe sameTraady- made 
always on hand. noZ8 3m 



ACADEMIC PAMS.ENI.E FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

t^OR TODNO LADIKK, CONDUCTED BY 
1 HUE. POK8TKR, SI* Salter street, near 
Leavenworth, Bab FmboIaoo. ja4 2w 



MADAME LEROY 

HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS AN 
electa! aeeortraent of BonneU And Bound 
Hata. She Invitee the ladle of nod taaU to call 
and MA them, At Ho. *B*S,^ BUSH STREET, 
ftrtt floor .,J aaa%mfjMH 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS. 

NOW ON HAND-A SPLENDID As- 
sortment; also. Silverware and Speo- 
taoles. Helling at 30 per cent, less than 

any other houee. Call before purobaeing 

elsewhere. Every article ia warranted. Watches 
cleaned and repaired, and warranted for two years, 
at the lowest rates. Call at H. M. LBWIS'S, 055 
CLAY STREET, Bret Jewelry Store below Kearny 
Btroet. Eatftblianod in 1348. del 1m 




STAPLET0N, HATTER, 

dei-i) 124 KEAKNY STREET. [lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings aud Loan Society, 

OlO CLAY STREET. 

•OP* A Dividend, fr-ec of Federal Tax, 

of Tea per o»at, per annum on all deposit for tbe 
six months ending Deoember 31st 1871, b&sbeen do- 
olared, payable immediately. By order of the 
Board of Direotors. 
jalO 2w OYRTJ8 W. OARMAWY, Seoretary 

BEWARE! 

CITIZENS AND STRANGERS ARE HEREBY 
not. tied to avoid that "one horse store" at 

TVo 3 iSecoiAcl St-reet, 

oommooly culled the 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of tbe proper Authorities. 



Or. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

—AND— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. 588 Pacific afreet. 

ryHE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES- 

X tablishment of the kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the same 
building; for private patients. 



FIRS Tl .ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....or.,.. 

BOOTS! SHOES! 



BOOTS ! 



SHOES! 



FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THRH> 
selvee of this opportunity, and purobose their 
stock of BUOTb and s HOliS for the rainy season. 
At Else- 
J.ADIES' WEAR. Nolan's where 

French Kid Button Boots .-.$4 '0 $7 Oil 

French Kid Scollop-top Boots 3 .% 4 00 

Freneb Fox Button Boots, only 3 Oft 4 M 

French Ualf Dress Boors, high cut.... 3 W 3 SO 
Henv? Kid Boots for Winter wear..... 2 50 4 50 

Kid Fox Scollop Vamp Balmorals I 75 3 00 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 50 t 50 

" 1 7R 3 00 



Kid Fox Double Sole Balmorals. . 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

CMNE QOLD-HOUNTED PEBBLE SPECTA- 

Fine Qold-monnted EV E GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at wholesale 

8 rices, ranging from $10, JlS.SO.Jli. Good Plain 
pert Glasses sold from $5. $6, wJ 50. 

C. MTJJLia-ER, Optician, 

SOS Montgomery etreet. 
del2 Rasa House Biook, San Franc 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTOR. W B3 Y AT 1-. A "W 

(Avoeat Fr-ufcgala,) 
No. 6SO WtaabJnarton Street. Room IT, 

ApM (Bat. Mentgomaryand Kearny) 



Kid SlipDere, SI; Fine French Kid.. .. 1 .50 2 00 

Misses' Kid Button Boots 2 50 3 50 

Misses' D'ble bole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 2 50 

Misses' Double Sole Calf Shoes ISO 2 00 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only 1 25 1 75 

Children's Best Double Button Boots. 1 75 2 50 

Children's Sewed Top Pebble Goat.. . .12-5 2 00 
Children's Copper- Toe. 75a.! Screwed 

Calf 1 Oft 1 50 

Infants' Shoes, 15c, 25o., 50o. and 75 

Gents' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots fi 00 10 00 

GentB'Frenoh Screwed Boots 5 Ofl 7 00 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boots 5 00 7 50 

Gents' Caff Penged Boots, only..-. 2 50 4 U0 

Gents' Kip Boots, $2, $2 50 and 3 00 4 60 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots. ... 3 60 5 00 



Gents' Robber BootB. only... 4 00 « SO 

Gents' French Sarewed Gaiters 3 50 5 00 

Gents' Brogana, $1 25, $1 50; screwed. 2 00 (3 00 

Geo to* Screwed Oxford Ti>s 2 00 3 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, fl 50; Oxf'd Ties 1 75 2 50 
Thousanda of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

1V«*. 11 and S8 Third atreet. 

MtyDon't forget the plaoe, first Shoe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. de28 tf 




F. PYAT'S 



HAIR 



BTOflE, 

4S<A Kearny atreet. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
«yN. B.— Wigs hired for Tboatrioal purposes 
and Masquerade Balls. de4 Im 



QUINCY HALL 

Clotliiiie: Fmporium, 

£47 and 54D Waehlnicton atreet, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Great Reduotion of Prices for the 
Holidays ! 

SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS*) 
made of the best materials and fitted 
sb if made to order, at prices ranging , 
from 

giio to 8-40. r 

Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, Valieee, Traveling Satobels, eto., on sale 
at the lowest, prioes. a3rOall and be convinced. 
p. p. MoaaHAitDT. [dei lm] T. Q. diltt. 



PIANOS! ffflf PIANOS! 

A LARGE ASSORl'MKNT OF 

Grrnnds ixntl TJprig , htis, 

A. EOKD. Parie. jnet received, 
FROM SSOO TO »80O UPWARDS, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery etreet, near Howard. 
Also, a large assortment of Sheet Music, Mosico 
Instruments, Fancy Goods, eto. dels tjal 




FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
Parisian Ladies' Underwear. FRENCH COR- 
SETS of all prioes and qnalitlaa. ready made aad 
to order. No. 681 SACRAMENTO STREET, 
below Kearny. jal lot 



D. MENDES'S RED LION 
.SALOON, 819 Ooouneroial at., 
bet. Batter? and Front, whore he 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 and 1 P.M. ; 
also the ofaoieeet Wines and Li 



¥^ssxx^^s&via!ir:i& x J S^r 



LIESENFELD, 

MANUFA0TTJ8KB; OF BIL- 

llard Tattle., ST1 MARKET 

'STREET, below Second, Ben 

EraBoleoo. Sole Aceot for Phe- 

la> • OoUudor/o Pataiit BOUar* Tablaa ftad Hew 

ImproTed ,Eftr.k* , Wlr. Oaikico. Pfteested Hay 



J CLAY A A' ■ 






ry O GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE. PER- 
*"**■ feotly.ficting Coat bolt, a Gentleman should 



go to G. B, DAVIS, Fashionable Tailor, SOT 



Ksaroy street, near California. 



dtolm J EAAntr 



ASTROLOGY. . 

FOB HfFORRATION IS REGARD TO *S- 
all the affairs of life be sm-» and oonarjlt JTT 
PROFESSOR DAHM, tbe moot popular of JV 
Aatrologera, At No. a»l OAUfernh stroet, ittit 



•I 



—AX— 

St. ind 5.S5 Waalungwn 8 



SATURDAY JANUARY 13.1872 



FIIARO On THE CAU. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

noiBO II lli»r»aKftiy dUtrlnnteel *»• 



«r do» on the cur ■ 



of the t'aUfomla F« 



elfle Ballroad. leaving Mnryevllle for 
TalleJ ■ «"»«* e "° *™» ael «°. ** * o' clock 

P. M. „ 

FIGARO QH THE OAKLAND BOATS. 

*00 " Flguroy" are dUtrlbnted on the 
Oakland Terry boats every afternoon, 
msatly arnone the paseetigera arriving by 
tie greui Overland Train. 

FIGARO ON THE_VALLEJO BOAT. 

BOO "Figaro*" "re distributed every 
day among the potuniteri on the Steamer 
Capital, od her afternoon trip from 
Vollejo to thl* city. 

The I^nxnrlea of lAfe. 

The man who does not care what ha eats, is 
not worth mntbu a man. The greatest poet* la 
the world have glorified good living. The best 
intellects in San Francisco are nourished by the 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster omlettee and other del- 
icacies served under the aDle supervision ol the 
genial Winant. and Charley Hacke. formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific Oysters Saloon. No. J37 Bush street iwv 
the Alhambra. It is a favorite reeort ol epicures 

Elegant Preeenta for the Holidays. 

Economy la wealth. H&in A Pollard have S50,C00 
too muoh stock on band, hich must be eold dur- 
ing the Holidaj season, and to insure the desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches. Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers" pneea. Their old customers 
will please recollect that their new store is at Hi 
7 Kearny street. m r 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wilson, 213 Dromm 
Street, between Clay and Washington. 



▲ Suitable ULollday facetnt 

For a lady is 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by Johm 
P. Dwteb, 607 Montgomery street, or at Grand 
Hotel. 

e 

Ward's Celebrated Slilr-ts 

At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levlne. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, Interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance feo or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from? to 9 o'clock.! 



Stri-.ncer, Stop: 

Go to Mr. Keubold, 316 Bufh Btreet, if you 
want boots made in style a' d of the best mate- 
rial, his a well known fact that boots made to 
order, are_the* cheapest in the end. a 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Oor London dates are up to December lS.h. At 
Drury Lane, James Culver, the treasurer, was ad- 
vertised to take a benefit on Dec. Htb. but do 

chaoito in the bill was announced At tbe Hay- 

markot, W. b. Gtlbv.t'a new acd original comedy, 
Pygmalion and Galatea," wo* produced on Dec. 

9th Mr.Oooper.a vetarin sOlor, waa to have 

taken a Urawallof ino stage at the Haymarket 

Theatr?. Dec. 23d The Princess was to ha« 

re-opontd on Dec. Htb. under the management of 
Benjamin Webiter. when an original drama by 
Watts Phillips, entitled "OnaJury," waa to have 
beeo i er.ormed. with " Down in a Balloon" and 
"A Domestic Hercules." The company oomprtica 
Mesarc Phelps, B. Webster. J. G. Shore, H. For- 
rester, H.Ashley, Travers, etc., the Misses tfur- 
tado, K. Stuart. Julia Daly. Hadapetb. Lovell, 

Hubert, Phillips and M. Edmonds The Adel- 

phi was to have closed on Dec. 18th to prepare for 

tke Christmas novelties At the Gaiety, Mr. 

and Mre. Boucicault were acting, the former in 
•■iNignt aid Morning." acd the latter in "Eiae." 

The pantomime to b» produced at Covent 

Garden on Dec. 2«th is from the pen of Henry J. 

Byron, and entitled "Blue Beard." Sadler's 

Wells was closed Dec. 19th, to prepare for the 
Christmas pantomime. It was to have been re- 
opened Dec. 13tb. for that night only, when Miss 
Bouverie was to have acted the character of Ham- 
let At the Standard, T. Swinbourne and Henry 

Marston continued their performances in the legit- 
imate drama. The pantomime to be produced on 
Dec. 26th, at one o'clock in the afternoon, is eati- 
tled "The Butterfly Queen; or, Harlequin, Alad- 
din and the WooderTul Lamp." The Alfred 

was to have closed Dec. 22d to prepare for the pan- 
tomime, save Dec. 16th and 18th, when Charles 
Harcourt, the manager, was te have taken a ben- 
efit The Pavilion was to have closed Dec. 18th 

to prepare for the pantomime No change had 

occurred at Drury Lane, the Lyceum, Olympic, 
Strand, Globe, Vaudeville. Court. Queenand Prince 
of Wales Theatres. 

The season at the Royal Italian Opera, Oovent 
Garden. London, closed Dec. !Hb. "Don Paiquale" 
wsb performed Dec. 4th: "II Flauto" on the 5th; 
"Lncrezia Borgia" on the 6th; "Don Paequale" 
was repeated on the Tth, and "Der Freisohutz'' on 
the 9th. The eeason resulted in a heavy pecuniary 

loss At the second oratorio concert at Exeter 

HallonDec. 6!h, "Elijah" was performed. Sims 
Beeves was to have sung the tenor airs and Herr 
Stockhaosen Elijah. Reeves was unable to sing, 
and Stcokbausen'a performances were marred by a 
severe cold. 

Barry Sullivan was to have commenced a six 
nights' engagement at Leeds, Dec. lit b. 

J. L. 'Joote commenced a six nights' engage- 
ment at Manchester, Dec. 11th, 

The present eeason at the Haymarket Theatre 
has, as Mr. Buckstone eaye, bsen the most pros- 
perous ho has known during his eighteen years of 
management, except tbe Dundreary season and 
the Exhibition of 1862. 

Mario, residing with his three daughters in the 
suburb) of London, ha3 received offers to siug on 
the Continent. His last contract with Mr. Gye 
forbidBhis appearance in England at any publio 
performance. 

TheOeuotess Gilbert de Yotsons, better kn?wn 
to the world aa Tagliooi, is about to return to Eng- 
land. It is nearly tweuty-flvo years since she left 
tbe stage. 

Mme.Patti appeared in Moscow on Nov. 4th as 
Dinorah, and was called for twenty-one times. The 
receipts were $6,230.1 

The subject of the London Strand burleeqne by 
Mr. Burnand now in rehearsal is "Arionandthe 
Dolphin." 

There are two new theatres in course of erection 
at Milan. Both will be ere long completed. 



The Late Jamei B. Hackett. 

James H. Hackett died December 28th at 
bis residence in Jamaica, Long Island, of 
dropsy, superinduced by B right's disease of 
the kidneys. He was born at 72 William 
Btreet, in New York, March 15, 1800. Affer 
playing in an amateur association in JamaL 
oa, he joined a traveling company at Newark 
in 1816, under tbo uamo of Young. Ho 
soon loft, and was a year in tbe freehman 
class of Columbia College; then studied law 
for a year, and finally became a clerk to 
Fish & Wilcox, wholesale grocers in Front 
street. In 1819 be married Catherine D. 
Leo Sugg, an aotress of the Park Theatre, 
who immediately left tbe stage. In 1820 be 
went to TJtica, and kept a store there for 
fire years, in the meantime studying for the 
stage. In 1825 he returned to New York, 
continued the wholesale grocery business 
for a year, but failed. In 1826 he first ap- 
peared in New York, at the Park Theatre, as 
Justice Woodcock, in "Love in a Village." 
In 1828 be played in England. In 1829 he 
managed both the Boweiy and Chatham 
theatres. In 1832, 18-15, and 1351, he again 
appeared in England, starring in the Uni- 
ted States between those periods. In 1849, 
be managed, in conduction with Niblo, the 
Astor-place Opera-house, and a year or two 
later shared in the management of the 
Grisi and Mario Opera Troupe during their 
tour in this country. Mr. Hackett was the 
father of tbe present Recorder of New York. 
Three years ago be married a young second 
wife, who, with her child, survives him. 
Tbe character with which he was almost en- 
tirely indentified for a quarter of a century 
was Falstaff. In this he was exceedingly ac- 
complished and deservedly celebrated. 
Other characters which he also played, and 
in which he excelled, were Nina rod Wild- 
fire, & Yankee, and Mods. Mallet, a French- 
man. 



IXr. Barlow JF. Smith 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 Jtf , at his 
Hygeian Hall, 637 California Bt„ and examines 
patients phrenologically as to health. q 



Buy no Sewxng Machine until you have Eeen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Spflee. Ager. t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grind Hotel Bunding. 



Mrs C Cook, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. i 

A. Word to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant In tbe city 
is tbe Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing in the market are to he found. k 



First Premium Millinery. 

The laBt Mechanics* Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship in the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowles of the '-New House." 114 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle'a stock is unsurpassed by any in 
tbe city, and her prices are very reasonable, be 



jjaalos' Visiting; Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwteb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. z 



It is Perfectly Astonlshlna; 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at tbe What Cheer Lauodry. Clothes received 
before S a.m. returned tbe same evening if de- 
sired. _ x 

Washing Returned in One Day 

And we never disappoint, at tbe What Cheer 

Laundry, 

Oyster Trade. 

Tbe oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corville. of tbe 
Buddie Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
itie own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oysters to all party of tbe Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oyBters have a fame which 
has extended all over th« continent, and tbe 
" Saddle Rock" is known everywhere. Q 



IT You Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
cot spoiled, sond them to the What Cheer Laun- 
4ry, m 

Do You. Know 

That with Buttehiok's Patterns you can cut 
aad make any garment to fit perfectly ? Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
A. Deming, agent, office of tbe Howe Sewing 
MaoMne, No. 113 Kearnv street, between Sutter 
and Post, San Francisco. * 



G-o an«l See Tnem. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shaber &Co.'s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lower 
than ever before in San Francisco. 



Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can ' 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
samptaoaslj- at Jones' Oy ster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There tbe>- can find eTery 
luxury of the season: the choicest wtneB, ant' tbe 
most experienced of oooka and attendants. The* 
__ raie rooms for dinner and sapper parties, are 
ttie admiration ot alt woo have eeen them, V 



ffhat Cheer* L/anndry 
In tbe best laundry In Sau Franolsco 
If you wish to buy a watch or any article of 
j-welrj cr silverware, go to A. Hirschnaan, 138 
Kearny street, who keeps none but good arti- 
cles, with small profit?. His guarantee Is reli- 
able. Watches carefully repiired. " g 




Job'a Ice Cream Saloon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice Oream and 
Fancy Candies is at No. 317 Kearny stroet- between 
Pine and Bnsh. The old pioneer, P. Job, always 
on hand. 

Car and Stenmor News Agency. 

A. Kronberg, tbe news agent for the steamer 
Capital and tbe cars of the C. P. B. B., besides 
attending to tbe daily distribution of Figaso 
among tbe passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latest San Francisco dallies and all 
he Eastern Illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco prices. 



What Cheer liaundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronized by everybody. 



In-valid Ca.ua And Bed— One of the best in- 
ventions for bed-ridden people and invalids, is 
Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and Invalid Bed 
which attracted so much attention at tne Me- 
chanic's Fair, John H. Titcomb, 639 Kearny 
Btreet is agent for California. F 



To Invalids, Wives and Slothera. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sour-mash stimulant— so highly recommended 
by tbe Medical Faculty—is at No. 605 Washing- 
ton Btreet. Branch Depot, No. 306 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. & 



BRYANT &. STRATT0N 

NESS COL!" 

2 4 POST ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO 1 




ougbly for Business. Persons of both sexes and 
ot all "ges Admitted. Preparatory Department 
tor those net ti ted for Business Course. Over 350 
pupils now in attendance. Students can com- 
mnrjee at: an y tiu^e. The publio are itvited to visit 
this College. Catalogues sent by addreasine 
E. I-. HEALD. 
President Business College. 
dell tf San Francisco. 



Make Yourself at Home. 

You can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
•The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, whom 
everyone in tbe Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. A cosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder all night, e 



T3r» Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specinc practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento Btreet, 
corner of Leidesdoiff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. • 

Home from Europe. 

Julien Perrault. M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, eo widely and favorably knows 
in San Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on the continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospitals ia the world, and may 
be consulted at his office, 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, West side, Over the Drug 
store. A 

Dickey's Groin e de £j1s 

Is equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effects. Every bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. h 

European Music 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 
Scbubertb's music store, 643 Clay street. Agents 
for the Steck Pianos. i 



Tbe very finest Photographs to be bad only 
at SELtECK & Fishbb's, 415 Montgomery street. 
Prices reduced, t 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and l£ wet 
lighted and ventilated.^ 

Club House Sausages. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 76 California 



]Vew York Score. 

Cheap and fine Jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Sampson & Go's. New York Store, 102 Second 
street. x 

Wet Aee Bbown's Eatbs, 202 Fourth street. 
Use Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. i 

■ 
Sn\tiT! isnuir: snuff; 

The Washing ton- street Blonde, cor. Washing- 
ton and Dupont streets, supplies you with the 
best kinds of ladles' and gentlemen's snuffs, 
Havana cigars and Turkish tobacco of tbe pur- 
est quality, to which we call tbe attention of 

all. MlCHALITSCHKE BBOS. L 



SOO JPalrs ot Socks, 
At all prices,!', the What Obeer Laundry. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Squarzi's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a most appropriate 
present. The egg nog punch eaves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous symposium is at 20 Liedesdorfi. and is pre- 
sided "over by A. Bona, his worth? successor, u 

Since ttie Great Reduction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cub 
omers. Call and Bee them. 321 and 329 Buah 
street. bh 



Market. 

Br. Bourne's Electric Baths, 

Established in 1852, now conducted by Br. Mo- 
Sparrev, are recommended by all physicians aa tbe 
best medicinal baths on ihe Coast. 10 Post street. 
Masonic Temple. * 

Make Tour Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Koliatob, dealer 
in pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
mker, 610 Washington street, Just below 
Kearny, wiil, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room Into a bright, 
cheerful loir, A 

Under tl\o Occidental Hotel, 
112 Montgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & Randolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
BUverware, etc., of tbe latest styles, finest qnal- 
ty, and at tbe lowest prices. x 

To ttte Unfortnate. 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 62S Kearny 
street, corner of Commercial. San Francisco, 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in ISM, for the treatment of chronic 



For tbe very best pbographs go to Bradley & 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 
day. * 

Best Quality or Dog;ekIn 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Obeer Laundry 

The Newest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
to tbe post-office, is agent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers Immedi- 
ately on tbe arrlyal of tbe mail. x 



Lever Buckle suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cbeaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Tne Jew Remedy, 

For restoring tbe hair and oleanaing the scalpr 
use Kinkead's aage-bruflh hair tonic and cure fo 
baldcesa. It will check tbe hair from falllnir out 
To be bad of the agent, Jaa. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Klnkead, Elko Kev„ is 
on each wrapper^ K 

Tne Stylish Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 647 
Washington street is called " Tnx" Hat Store 
Is because, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, it stands without a 
rivaL Go to "The" Put Store, 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the huge stock of the latest styles 
of hats. s 



Morton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See that the name 
of Hug & Schmidt. 635 Commercial st ■ is on the 
wrapper. Hug s pcshtdt. Successors to P.J. 
Eellly, Agents. n 

Bents Collected 

By the Real Estate Associates. 408 Mont* 
gomery street, above California, b 



Bcduced .Prices. 

Guerin & Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
327 aud 329 Bush street. Must sell $35,900 
worth of boots and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our block. x 

All persons in want of Furnishing Good should 
make a note that at Seoctn & Ohaulebois's, 706 
and 708 Montgomery street, can be found the 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods in that 
Line In the city. Star shirts of the best quality 
for $1 60; woolen oversbirts, drawers, under- 
shirts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at p-lces below 
the lowest In the city. 706 and 70S Montgomery 
street, one door from Washington, east side, t 



Tbe best selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Toys and Fancy Boxes at tbe most reasonable 
prices , at J. Togeley & Bros., Candy Manufactory, 
Vli Kearny- st., near Sutter, and J6 Second at. E 



Useful Holiday Presents 1 HavTe Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, 145 pieces, $30; French China deco- 
rated Toilet 8e"t, It pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, 44 pieces, $10. n 

Sold at lowest rates by Heuck, No. 233 Kear. 
oy street, South of B ush. f 

H. A. Cnllender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry of all kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. n 



A New Thing: in Oysters, 

Joe Giusta, 105 California Market, fronting 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at asy hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giustl's fresb opened oysters to eat on 
Sundays, not tbe stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

NecklaceB. Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Cases, etc, of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. You will find a large 
stock of it at A. Hirsobman's Jewelry Store, 133 
Kearny street, between Sutter and Post. g 



Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny street. He has the finest 
supply in the city. K 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



X*osltl-vely 

Those fine goods, Watches and Jewelbt, at 
806 Market street, are being sold dally at net 
cost. The stock will be closed out. p 



House, SIfrn and Ornamental 

Painting. WallB frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored In a superior manner, by E. H. 
Gadsby, 585 Market, near Second. o 



If You -want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 60, 61 and 62, California Market, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



Artificial Limbs, : 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Iambs, 101 Jessie street, i San 
Francisco. * 



8as Frasctsoo 8tall.— Nos. ,60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place In the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds 

And all similar infliotiona Bpeedily and sorely 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
Street, Masonic Temple. a 

For Washing; 

Shirts, $1 60 per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. * 



Wat cH.es. 

Tbe finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale in this city la 
offered by J. W. Tuceeb & Co. Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

LAND MORTGAGE UNION 

OF riUFOKXIA, 

No. 1S3 Post Street. 

•9- A Dividend was declared on the Oth 

instant for the year ending 31st December. 1871, at 
the rate ofl2ppr cent per annum, on the Capital 
Stock and Investing Scares sabBcribad prior to 1st 
July, !*"i. Htokboldera and' iMveating members 
are requested to present tneir certiiicitee a' tho 
office of the Corporation, to have their dividends 
entered thereon. 
jail 61 JOHN T, CARTER. Secretary. 



MME. CARTER. CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John atreet, one 
door from Powell, bet, Pacific and I 
Jackson, pays particular attention to J 
locating Mines, and can be consulted * 
on _Laweuit8 and the various rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame oan be 
consulted by letter or lock of hair. 



PW PRICE 50CTS 

AN IMMEDIATE AND PERHA. 
nent Core for t'Ol'OHS, COLDS, 
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CROUP, 
INFLUENZA, CATARRH, LOSS OF 
VOICE, Incipient ConerjKptloB, and all 
Diseases uf the Throat and Lane*. Ask 
for the California Pulmonary Balsam, 
and tnke no other. 
l&'Sold by all Drnfffrleta. 

J. R, GATES A CO., 

Proprietors, 
Cor. Sansome and Commercial sis. 
HB jalO tf 







CALIFQRIMRESTAURANT 

NOS. «10, «ia AN D *-l 4 MONT- 
gomery Btreet, near Merchant.— 
Ladies' Saloon connected with the Rsi- 
;aurant. 

Sill ot Fare, 

Ice Cream or Coffer FREE to 
any perton Spendlna 85c. 

Seup, with Fish or Rroasta l?>o 

Tiro Kkb« ISc 

Three Ennrs SOc 

Smelta or Salmon, with Coffee 15o 

Steaks or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .1 

Sirloin Steak, do 1 

Fresh Oysters, Raw or Stewed. l5o 

Bottle of White Wine , ICo 

Bottle of Claret Wine or Beer 150 

Pies, Podding or Cake 5o 

Oat Meal, Mnsh er Cracked Wheat. ... So 
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, or a Glass of 

White or Claret Wine „ 5o 

del-tf JOHJJ REGAK, FroprieUirT 

THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF I MONSTER SEA LIONS! 

APPETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUNCHES, I 
DINNEES AND SUPPEES. 

iimre to™ wipe: 

11R1NG TfOUB FAMIL1! 

BBIKCt lOVK LAST FJIIENDS: i 

And enjoy a view of the FTNEST OOEAN PANO I 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, all in Bight ot 
tbe world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

With a fleet of white-winged messengers entering 
from every part of the commercial world. 

■9* New Line Burses, connecting with Stieet 
Cars at Lone Mountain every IS ruinates hereafter 
for the Oliff Uoute. Fare i!> cents. 

J. C. COMBES, 

"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama streete* 

V~ Terrapin constantly on band. 
Oysters in every style, PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 
mhailin 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Fine Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Ste-ws 

WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS 

Families and Parties enpplied to order. nol-5 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS 
andall hinds of SHELL FIBli. j 
StallsNoe. 40, 41, 43, California f 

Market, entrance on California street. * 

Public or private parties and families supplied 
from 6 a. si. to 12 p. m. Ladies' and Gentlemen'* 
Oyster Room open from 6 a.m. to 12 P.M. del3 2w 



SODA AND SELTZER WATER! 



A MAS BON-BONS ! 

SANTA. CLASS' HEADdUABTEKS. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES, TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety jt : t ods in their line, 
new and fresh, for sale che»o 

CAKTI A WAOMK'S, 
del2 107 Montgomery:street, near Sutter. 




MME. LENORMAND, 

ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK, TELLS ,•- 
fortanee on the European plan. Also*'^. 
gives correct inlormatton by the aid of mag- J% 
neticinllaenoes, oa to seat of any ailment or in- 
oidioas disease, that has baffled tbe skill of the 
most eminent physicians. Tbe Madame has gained 
great renown thronghoac the East and Enrope for 
the marvelloaB cares she has performed. jlO-tf 



C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE A8ENT, 



SEARCHER OF RECORDS AiTU OOITVXY- 
aneer.— Office in Smith'* new Hall, San Lean- 
ilte the Court Hone*. 



'REP*!* 



7 12 Broadway. 

PRICES 
REDUCED 



The Steam Soda 
Works have re- 
duced the price 
from Si 5f» to 

50c. per Doz. 

deli lm 




3STO-TO7- Seeds 




JUST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OP NEW 
Alfalfa Olorer Seed, Hyacinth Glasaei, Dutch 
Bnlbs, etc. Always on hand, a fine assortment of 
SEEDS. BULBS, PLANTS, eto. California 
Tree Seeds; also, SEEDS OF PALMS, Atw* 
trallan Gnu Treee.Frait Trees, at the OLD 
STAND. i»*Send for a Catalogue. 

E. E. MOORS, 
Importer of Seeds, Bnlbs, Plants, et« , 
oolfl 3m 4»5 Washington st., San Fraaoisco, 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

, FDTBLT FURMISttED BOOMS, 8IH- 
f gle or in sniu. 



Well Ughted I 



1 Ventilated. 



•II »*B!iu. 

Nil 



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a r o 



f % 






« IHIiil.H MOXDAT. 



▼•i. zit. v.. teo. 



NEW THEATRE COMIQUE WMW AtH AMBBA THBATEl. 






Rtif»U»»*' l Or JOMIXT TKRI 
Wl ■ •« VV«i<k ■ - |-„I 

TMt» tVOOM JANCAKY u| 

Creat Minstrel First Port: 



KELLY <S LEON MINSTRELS! 

— — 

THE GREAT EMERSON MINSTRELS 



GREAT OXFORD THEATRE, 






J**!*. MBNnY ■MTTTT, 

Marching iih.mi U ), m,,. Park 



T M r o . i , 

EON! 






rui mm > 



BJON! 



T-EJ 



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HTAISMtNT A LA SALON PART PREMIER. 




r.ti. 



II 



REYNOLDS BROTHERS 

IIKI HI.STBA 



THE BROKTN DRUM 



•lib KELLY k LEON S trtMHlloa of 0(T*nbicb • 0|-r» Ilo'iGV. 









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TVmmJ Kimi 






\rllle l^-nard 




1 T.ATtT 


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. . . . Frank Jones 






Nl«« BURthr 
HlWf tlulnn 
ML. Ile.irr 



Doauou in tlao TrVoods. 

> Aik Jaaes u^ Iaa « v. 

KIT1Y FfiOM COKK.' 
M te« i List. 



!'*■• i li •■%'■ 

f>T»rl 

■ II. a*4 Jaaft Km 



It.... i Vincent 

\*lllr Leonard 

. Kom and Wullncc 



. Orchestra 



- the Roaring I'*-c« of 

T-uuro. Hlwa. Out! 

By Ut tat r. ija^iar. 



..TwnlJ-BT* Onll 

sa so 

t .. rarforatAac* I i nibidh kt 9, 



■ V^OP!»IS OF AlUHMEJfTi 

•»d cord i. I bis ft c ■■*<■ I iltHr, wttb drlekkd libitum, whlob toliu as a si 
-■'« Imidio bn OB th» bfkin nf ■ !,.»-> si I •'*rT».l and rvolu ioit«i 

■ beat Iron* lbs populace. I of it I mil!, i " Benedict" \<j t-i ■> sV.ir k»n 

i i ts»if nunc, it.*-. J -nor* or lee. la*briai«d>. but •!.•- 

•»••>• faacb 4'*«M«r*w*>J sad •eparat*. ob»» to eonttoue nc*- I cot i i id i «'r.r,j» Imj. n» r.A§ 

1 funl io pWMd I mar- il >n. the sew favorite (as r.» luppotlll of 

i ha* tad. I the Viceroy, r.i* r>«» ii ui.biaod*!, nc.ru. , Thefaiory b*ing 

-•t an4 b*. infaktrg >'ra*elf abeadoeed. tates a misarah • I rtodtpi! *o lull; ib K Mt *nj [ bjc s tran*'aucn. mors of ad 

ad l t •.-.-!)•• 4«<p4rai- Tn. 4>«*»rror of ib» cur. I argument iss»*rc«lj neev«d J 

1-liriRf B P*r-OB to fBt). B Command Of tbt VltBrOj'B. RlTBB [ 

OH A GOBI'S. V.csroy of P.ra W. BASK 

D!t PKDRO Governor of Lisas , J, KING 

kS, First G<nt'B»»oof ths Bedchamber G H. FOSTER 

THE MARwt'IS OK TARAPOTB B. H MQLP ftWOK TH 

GEORGE RKVMJlIis 

CHARLEY KIY" 

EDWIN KXLLT 

t>Bon 

MISS FANNY <■ 

MAKAHK IKLIf'E 

MRS. STucKMKYER 

MISS ROAOH 

BdlbS JOHNSON 

MISS SOHULTZ 

MISS DUFFY 



>TARY. y . 



r » *Jl 1LM>, i, *\ii-r.i Nlnser 

L*4 Pr.HICHni,i:, n. Street iSlnucr 

GUAT-ALKNA | . 

MA NT RILL A ' TbrM CoiaftB who kttp B 0«bBret, or omt.ll Ion-, 

EERU^ELI.A. ' 

) ( 

iiAM-rUTA -v;;:::::::::::[t» d '«o' ^oourt] ::: - :::: 

i.NKLL.» ) ' 



Courtet. Gauds, Sertaots, P«ites Bed People 
BCE.VK TMK CITY OF LIMA 



abj^^^ DUE NOTRE WILL BE GIVEN OF THE RE-APPEAKANCE OF 

BGTtHE GrFLHS^.T EMERSON 



GRAND PERFORMANCE EVERY SUNDAY EVENING. 



The Fiftiio daM 1b from the house oi KuLler. ObBse ft Co., 



i Cl»y etreot. BgeatB for the celebrated Oblcfcerlns Piano 



I Hl..lM-rtil ll.inr 
ll-MUIIIUl 1I«II,.,I 

* btsntplan I l»« It,.,.. 
••""•In- < <>nt.lr«|iil. • 



■fJMB 

.1 i ; 

Bw <<pi,t |Vr 

1,1* #lc IKrmgi 

l.n , r»t 
lln*h,-j UarlAQ 



WHOLESALE THIEVES. 

TBkBftll \. -.i B 

£SJg-f^*l.-^ -VL - M ^ -2--J O»/^Bl0BdtB 

j B*Bd 



Tbe I. *.1i*« i 



• on « VIm Willi. 

Ori-i iin l OomloSkel ohe« 

BALLII ?HAY£R. 

Tb* Djtch Lbod, 

CAHLOVA. 



The Dutcb Lboo, 

CARLOVA. 



I'rrtlv •,.„*r 

••iill.i, '• llnrnpl pc 

If A'onr Foot |* PrvM-j 
F.Htl \( 1 OF fssfM I h 



F.ilu White 

Obi. KproBjae 

Fniin*. Wil.M'r 

JIMMY IIAI.l. 



NEGRO ASSURANCE. 

.Mfr.op, 1 ond-n and Kvto*. 
I>< lliililfril Wnclillntr* I.IexIi* llurrantv 



Spr«n».., 



CIRCUS ROYALE. 



t . ■„,i.- Honst , 

TAX V HAM E 
8onR 



Fanny ll.-rne 

...AMELIA IH A\ 
Cnrrle Willi. 



° y " tur * OrtlUBtr* 



Toeonelode with tbo lorenmlog N.^ro Skeuh 

THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT 

MI8S FANXY SNOW AMELI* DEAN 

C'liirlos OranitehlosBom H Morion. 

e Nigger in Bttx.... G. Lowdoo 



WAXTEO — 3 Lady Dancers und 2U others for 
the llitlivi. 



AdnilBBtoa to sill p:irtH of the house S5 CeaLs 

EIGHT NKW PRIVATE B0XE-*. 

rrlvnte Boxm «ta .lo and •• 

■f Doora odod at 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at at 8:15. 



i 



PACIFIC LODGING HOUSE. GEO. O. WHITNEY & CO., 



315, 317, 319 & 321 PINE STRET 



IAK WEL! 
wtlB •*»ry eomfart to b flr«-proof 

... 
OoreBr of lyA.Joi 3 :>rfl Bod Commsr- 
•*! tf 




FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. 

TU E.AKSKHT AND BEST STOCK. OF OOOJIg IK TBE STATU, AT PBIOE8 DKFYIWS OOMPJCTITION 

O-CALL ,ViVX> SEE FOB VOBHSELVES,* 



uOS'J HulloL, 411 San.ome him 

BRANCH HOUSE, «*«.»..„. ^ 

The Model I-ihIhIhl- Iliinneaor the Pneifl* 

i'3S» l"'.T* KWELL, Proprlttor. 



I'io\i:i:k nhoe maxvfactoiey. 







■»" Th» most 

TBll AOd fXA-TOJ 

•St* K.fcrny.' 



BLROANT CUSTOM WORK IN THE OITY, 

n« goods Bod pnues. BEERS A MAi'NAKO 
t. one door soutb of Rusn. 





GREATEST N0V- 

elty oi the an", now on 
exhibition at SOS 
.Mootuomery Street.— 
WEED'S PA'IKNT 
(.■ARFET SWEEPER 
Urooin and Duat pan* 
combinfd: ft child can 
■WMp ft la>-ge parlor 
"hree mm- 



witho' 



rftiaing 



Call and ex 
.mine tbem; cheaper 
han brooms st Bve 
(4. apiece, DORSKY 
t LOWJlRY.Nn. SOS 
deV> \m 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine. * 

in nfiO BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 

llftvUU iva obiocta to be Beeta. Open to the 
PnWloDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
SIS Montgomery Btreet. FOR MEN ONLY. 

«y Dr. Jordan'!) Private Office, opposite tbe 
MBchapics' Fair, ail Geary street. aa2 3nx 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 

SACK AM F.N TO. 
Mr. Job. Proctor Lca.ee and Manager 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
tbo present manaccmnnt cornnjenood on the 
lKth Septembor, and during the occasional viaita 
of tbe compauy to Saa JoL-o, Stockton and Marjs- 

The Theatre can he Rented by Flr.t- 
clnjiB KntertulnmentB. 

byappllOBtloB to TH03. BAKRR. Esq., at Hast- 
ings A Go's Banking Houso, corner of Second and 
J streets. Sacramonto, or to JOSEPH PROCTOR, 
Metropolitan Theatre. ee'22 tf 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRGINIA (ITY, NEVADA. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN Re- 
decorated, end can he rented by the night Br 
bv the week. Stars and traveling ooaiuame* 
liberally treatod with on application by letter 
JOHN PirF-R, 
no37 tf Manager and Bole Proprietor. 



HENSHAW'S HALL, PETALUMA. 

fpO LET FOR ONE OR MORE NIGHTS, ON 
A low terms. It is located on the priaoipa 
street, will seat 6(H) porsons. and has a good stage. 
Mnsio fnmlshed— a full orchestra if needed— on 
moat reasonable terms. Apply to W. O LLOYD 
Petaluma, or at tbls office. *e26 3m 



PRESENTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 
MAYERS' BAZAAR, 

Cor. Uootgom,!}- and Pine streets. 

1M*<BNSK yAHTETY OF JAPAN A OHINA 
C J ood., ao.Fr.aoh P.aor ArtletM. .to., .to, A 
Ur|. Hook of till. SOLID GOLD JBWSLBY. 






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SAN FRANCISCO 



JEWELRY MANUFACTORY 



T3. XV. LAIRD, 

plO M.ercliaut str-eet. 
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE GOLD CHAINS OF 
tbe newest pattern; Gold and Silver WatobeB from the 
most reliable manufactories ; Odd Fellows'. Masonic, A. P. A., 
Eastern Star, Red Men, -sod all other Badges, Marks, Pins, 
etc., always on hand in great variety, wholesale and retail. 

DIAMOND SETTING, ENAMELING, 

AND 

ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. 



OlO Merchant atreet, bet. Montgomery and Kearny 



GERKE WINE. 



TRY SQUAMA'S PUNCHES 



BOOKS FOR LIBRARIES! 



*G-i:F"r :ooo 

....FOB.... 

CHRISTMAS AND NEWHEAR'S. 



THE ONLY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT WEST OF 
the Rocky Mountains of tbe beat oditioos of the works of 
the great Painters and Engravers, oompriainc the leading m.. 

English, French, German and: Italian 

BOOKS, 

Together with a choioo selection from amang the bnst and 
Ut-at American Illustrated WORKS OF ART, POETRY, and 
GENERAL LITERATURE. Also, handsomely bound ana 
elegantly printed editions of new and standard American, 
English and foreign authors, together with a large assortment 
of Books eniUblo for Libraries, and a gsneral assortment of 
JUVENILK'S Picture Books, Albums, Bibles, Prayer Books, 
etc, etc For sale at very low prices by \dESt 

H. H. MOORE, 

009 Montgomery atreet, near Merchant. 




SQUARZA'S PUNCHES* 



PUNCH KS. for Gentlemen.— Egg Nqrg (a new Punch) 
Morning Comfort, Ladiee' Pleasure, AnH-Dyspeptio, Ladle* 
Teaj*>,Antl. Divorce, Welcome, Cognae, Arrack, Gin, Wniakej 
Cocoa, Coffee, Tea, Fine Apple, Strawberry, Pisco. Appetiser 
Roman NeaUr, AnrorA. Karswull, Jamaica Rum, KlreohwaBMr 
OOBDIALS, for Ladlea. - ladies' Favorite, Ladiee 
Pleasure, Ladies' Tears, Strawberry, Buwk berry. Mint, Aoli" 
Bos e. Kimm el. Cocoa, Pbos* Oafs, Pin* Apple, Klrech. 
UITTJCRS.— Hygienic Oholers / atldote AugrutujO. B*la 
tr. an* til other Bitters is deBsand. 




&%&&£%&•* 



: is] met* »«*«**. a» 

— AT— 

•rchant si. and 535 Wasting" rt 





R.icw M^rteomerr Block. 


MOSDA 


Y . .JANUARY 15, 1872 




— ■ 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 



Metropolitan Thwtw. 

To-nigh', tin oris* o' " r& * R,d Pocket 
Baok ;- oa the Boenerr for which Wllfcins has been 
at work for months past, and on tbe preparations 
for which thousands of dollars hava been apent. 
willbe produced. B. T. Stetaon and Henrietta 
Osborne will *PP*ar in the leading rol»s. Every 
scene- in the plaj t| ectirelp new, and w* are prom- 
tied an entirely orisioal effect in the einking of a 
ship beneath tbe waves. 
California Theutre. 

The "emotional" play of "Rouge et Noir" which 
haabaen for scma :ims pist in carefal prepa-a- 
tlos. will hi produced this evening foT tbe first 
time in tbe Uojted Stitee with John McQulloush 
ai Maurice D'Arbel, supported by tbe fnll strsngth 
of the California Thes'.re csmpiny. Just a*, ihis 
time, when gtmbliog i* exciting so macb atten- 
tion, "Rouge et Noir" may be played at the Uali- 
foroia with profit to the management. 
Alhambra Theatre. 

To-nigbt after a good first pari and the Res" 
colds Brother* io orlgical songs and dances in tbe 
interlude, Kelly and Leon's bnrletquo of "La Per- 
Ichole" will be produced. In this the origins! 
opera is closely followed, nearly all tbe muaicand 
all tbe airs being git en. Leon appears in tbe rote 
of Pericbole, and Hdwin Kelly io tbat of Peqolllo 
The other characters are filled by W. Bark, S. H 
Holdsworih. G. H. Foster. George Reynolds, Chat- 
Remolds, J. King. Mies Fancy GibsoD. lime. Fe- 
lice, Mrs. Stockmeyer, MUe Roach, Mirs Joho- 
•on, Mrs. Scboltz3 and Miss Duff. Tbe ever pop- 
ular Billy Emerson is underlined to reappear short- 
ly. The present scaaoa of barnt cork open bouffi 
is fist drawing to s close and tbe public ehouid 
ecjoy it wcile it lasts. 
Bella Union. 

This popular theatre was thronged on Saturday 
night aod again last niaht. Tbe programme wau 
a capital one throughout- la tbe first part Mat 
Kelly drew great applause for the local soog "Play- 
ing od the Green," which has appeared io our col- 
amng; Maggie Kuigbt and Curia Mathews re- 
ceived a most enthusiastic encore for their d<_ uble 
eoog and dance. "Nancy Brown;" Clara Starr ap- 
peared in character sod sacg a new local song. 
"The Hoodlum." in waioh she bit off that well- 
known character to tbe life; Carrie Armstrong 
and J. H. Larkio performed a new Dutch act en- 
titled "Tbe Sausage Man," ia splendid style; Sam- 
srelh, Mjntigae, Lin McOa-iy aad others ap 
pearedina comic ballet entitled "St. Valentine's 
Day," aod caused great fun ; Fanny Garretnoo 
eanga very pleasiog ballad; Maggie Brewer per- 
formeda facoy dance; Miss Josephine aa Irish 
jig which waa much appluaded, and Marie Zoel 
a song aod dance. Otber acts were performed and 
tbis very fresh and lively entertainment concluded 
with the burlesque of "Tbe Nymphs of tboAir," 
io wbicb Carrie Chapman, H. D. Thompson, Min- 
nie Fillmore, Eugenia GerreHa, and the rest of 
the oompauy appeared, 
Tbe Oxford. 

Io addition to numerous otber attractions, Hen- 
ry Smith will make bis first appearance to-nigbt 
la "Walking through the Paik:'' Amelia Dean* 
Linzfe Harmon and a great company of male and 
female minstrels, including Oarlora, the Dutch 
Leon, w.ll prseent a varied programme. 
Taeatre Comlqae. 

Johnny Tuers received a beany welcome baok 
to the stage of this establishment oo Saturday 
and Sunday nights, and sent the audience into 
convulsions of laughter by bis acting in the Ethi- 
opian burlesque of "Clam-Eel." Fiaak Jones, 
Mike Qtinu aad 1 many other favorite per'ormers 
will appsar to night. 
German Theatre. 

The California Theatre was thronged list 
night with our German citizens. "Five-hun- 
dred Tbouiaod Devils," the pieoe performed coa- 
ti cs more real fun than a dozen English bur- 
lesques and more good mu-ic than many a French 
opera bouffe. If translated and adapted for the 
American stage it would prove an immense suc- 
cess. Max Lube, Otillie Genee, and in fact all en- 
gaged to its representation last eight performed 
tbeir parte to perfection. 

Anatomical Mcseum.- One of the most 

complete colteotionB of tbe kind in the United 
States, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
tiful wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
only) at tbe Museum on Montgomery street. An 
hoar may be profitably spent here. 



Rather Rough. 

We want to know if Chief Crowley doesn't 
think the personal column of the Chronicle 
is a little rough. Does the publication of the 
following which appeared in Sunday's Chron- 
icle render the proprietors liable to arrest? 
If not, why not? 

Would like to correspond with a young 
widow. One without a home or friends; or, 
any friendless voang lady. Address Chron- 
icle office, A. B. AT 



Holiday Fure. 

Those Who have no family circle where they can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
sumptuously at Jones' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the season: the choicest wines, and tbe 
most experienced of cooks aod attendants. The 



What Cheer x-.awKt.ry 
Is the best laundry 1b San Francisco 
If yon wish to buy a watch or any article of 
jewelry or silverware, go to A. Hirschman, 133 
Eearny street, who keeps none but good arti- 
cles, with small proflts. Hla guarantee Is reli- 
able. Watches carefully repaired. g 



Job'a Ice Crenm Saloon. ^ 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
the theatre to get fine Oysters, Ice Cream and 
Fancy Candies is at So. 311 Kearny street, between 
Pin ^ and Bnsh. 1 he old pioneer, P. Job alwav* 
on oand. * 

Car and Steamer News Agency, 

A. Exouberg, the news agent for tbe steamer 
Capital and - care of the C. P. B. R., besides 
attending to the dally distribution of Figaxo 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
With the latest San Francisco dailies and all 
be Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
jt San Francisco prices. • 



What Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
zonised by everybody. 



The Other Side. 

The Salt Late Footlights of the 8ih inst. 
publishes tbe full owing under the heading 
of refutation. Of couree we are willing to 
hear both fides: 

We notice in the 8an Francisco . Figaro a 
letter from Ogden, signed B. M. Kathun, 
which showg very plainly to any one ac- 
quainted wiih tbe actual f lets, how far pome 
persons can zander from the truth. Every- 
body who witnessed their performances 
knows well enough tbat tbe Nathan Troupe 
had smaller audit nces than have been seen 
at onr Theatre for a year or two. One rea- 
son of loin, doubtless, was that, with the 
exception if tbe ciiild Marion, the Nathan 
Family were no attraction. The theatre- 
goers were alive to the fact that there were 
children connected with the local company, 
whose performances in the drama Buffered 
nothing by comptiriaon. Mr. Nathan says 
that "James Ward had very bad houses." 
and that "Byron opened in 'Across tbe Con- 
tinent' to a very t>orr house; aod, I hear, has 
bteu doing bud business since" Mr. N. 
also eavg: "The first two nights we had 
very good i_boueee." Altogether, Mr. N. 
wri'tea dolefully and attempt •* to discourage 
artistes from coming to Salt Lake to play. 
Now everybody here knows that, although 
money is tot very plentiful just at present, 
when th- re ia any at Taction offered, suited 
to the tt»tee of the theatre-goers, the Salt 
Lake people are behind none in patronizing 
it Lberally. Both Mr. Ward and Mr. Byron 
were convinced, Substantially, of this fact, 
and admitted doing better business here, 
tor the size of the population, than they did 
in San Francisco. The former gave five 
performances of "Through by Daylight" 
and cleared, as his own 6hare, over eeven 
hundred dollars; while the latter pave niDe 
performances of "Across the Continent" 
and five of "B-^n McCu'lougb," receiving as 
hid share, over on thousand dollars. Dur- 
ing Mr. B 's engagement, thoBe who attend- 
ed the Theatre had to do so through terrible 
storms and muddy roads, there net being 
one single night that was pleasant. But 
with this great drawback Manager Claweon, 
we presume, realized about enough to cover 
his losses on the Nuthan engagement. 

These itsms we furnish for the benefit of 
the Ftga.ho, and trust our contemporary 
will give them publicity. 



A tiacy Advertisement. 

William Wilson Is a geniua who keeps a 
''horse re3tanrant" at Whit* Pine, Nevada 
and he issues the following musical ad 
vertisement. We give him the benefit ol 
our circulation: 

William M.Wilson's livery stables and 
horse restaurant. I/ve stocs faster thao 
anybody's, aad all trailed to respect 
woman's jiehts-^also children's — yet war- 
ranted to ger, away from anything else on 
tbe road. Baggies, broughams, barouches 
hacks, sulkies, road wagons, hearses, and 
every kinn of vehicles for slow or fa6t 
travel— w th horses to correspond. Funeral 
turnouts cheerlully lurnished and guaran- 
teed to make the proper impression. 
Bl outed aristocrats from abroad taKen onto 
any road, and warranted ahead ot any 
Btage or any conveyance — for money. No 
complaint is ever heard from stock fed in 
this stable. More hilarity than was ever 
known in any other collection of dumb 
animals since the procession from No&U's 
landing. No hay ropes about this estab* 
lisbment — everything is turned loose; the 
key to the barley sacks hangs dangling 
within reach of the humblest horse in tbe 
stable, and no pains are spared to make 
the goests of the establishment distinguish 
the difference between tins and the desert 
waste. War. M. Wilson. 



"So you are going to keep a school?'' Eaid a 
young lady to her maiden aunt. "Well, for 
my part, sooner than do that, I would marry 
a widower with nine children." "I would 
prefer that myself," was the quiet reply, 
"but Where's the widower?" 



The I!us3ian-Greek Church doee not per- 
mit unwedded priests to officiate. In that 
country no priest is considered competent 
to preach tuthfally or feeSngly, apon the 
cares and trials of this weary world nntil he 
is married. 

Base and Luxury. 

We overheard a lady Bay tb^ other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I ant going to buy 
me' a splendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
Ju&t like what they w-nd you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. Tbe Occidental etand 
now has the very finest carriages In the Btate. 
There ia a private carrii^e or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the C. arc-nee s lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and tor the theatre and opera; the 
Landaus and splendid six-seat Bockawaya for 
drives on tne road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at the Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Bouton, or at the stabler, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. o 

Eleuant Presents for the Holidays. 

Economy ia wealth. Uain & Pollard bave S'O.C'OO 
too much Btock oc tand. bich muet be sold dar- 
ing the Uolidaj Geason. and to insure tbe desired 
result will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Tbeir old cnatomeiB 
will please lecollect tbat their new store ie at No. 
7 Kearny street. y^ 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts. 

Manufactured by J. H. Wnsos, 21S Drumm 
street, between Clay and Washington. b 



A Suitable Hoiklny Ficsctii 

For a lady in ICO Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written or engraved in the latest style by John 
P. Pwtze, 607 Montgomery streer, or at Qrand 
Hotel. D 



Warrt'a Celebrated Shirts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Levine. 



Deposit your Money, 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest »]. 
lowed from day of deposit. No entrance fee or 
charge for passbooks. Office 123 Poet street, 
open on Baiurday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clocL.T 



Straiifirer, Stop: 

Go to Mr. Reabold, 31G Enfh Btreet, if yon 
want boots made in style aid of the best mate- 
rial, his a well fcnown fact that boots made to 
order, are the cheapest In the end. A 

I>r. Barlow J. Sralttt 

Gives free lectures (to Gentlemen only) 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7H. at hiB 
Byw Ian Ball, C37 California et., and examinee 
patients phrenologically as to health. q 



j,„h Billings on Jers-y Lightning. 

.Tcrsev iijihtnlDg isciaer braody three cmr? 
old, alitl-bcrs, and quicker than a fhBh. iDe 
jd ce Is dmnk raw by ail old subng, and maiie* 
i i-emouTtorv ana hi=iug noit'e u- it wiods 
down tbe throat, l.ke un old aQeegoow setting 
on ejr^s. or a hot irun rtack mto' ice-watt r 
Tbree terns a day of laislicker wtil tan a u.u.l'h 
•dtertor in --ix monto: eo chat be can swahow a 
live =iz-io>ted crab feet fast, and noi wns.e a 

Wl i B . 

Itdoat fat a maa <cider don't! like wlmkee 
dor, t>u' packers bitn up line tried poiatoes. If' 
q matt kan survive tbe fust tbrea yearn of Jer- 
sey I'gLtning. b* isiaiefor the nest 75 years to 
come, uca ketp* looRins; every year more like 
a three year oid peppenod. hotter and totter, 
an ola cider biandv driuker *i!i stesmma sud- 
den sbower o\ ram litcea pi<e ol -:abie warjore. 
ana his breath emell like tbe bungo le of a. 
rum-casK lately emptied. WbenJerte? hgbt- 
ning iz fust born it tastee like bileing tut pen- 
tine aod cayenne, halt and half, aod will reiie 
a biood-b>i«"tr on a pair of oid cow.bidebro- 
ganc in ttlteeu minutes, and app'ifa exteruallv 
wiM cure ro mat ism or kill the patient, I forge: 
Which. Ihe first hnrn u mai lakes of lbs uck- 
cr wi 1 mate bun toink lie baa swallowed a gas- 
lieht and he will go out behind tbe barn and 
try to dip, bui kant, Tbe eves ot an old cider- 
braudi^t look like deep gashes cut into a ripe 
•omuto; bis oose is the complexion ot a half- 
boiled lobster, and ihe gristle in his gullet sticks 
uut like an elbo in a tin loader. The mote vil. 
laiuous the drink, the more inveterate are tbote 
wlio drink, I kant te'l v»r woet'ter cider bran- 
dy will sboren an old sTtc£er's,aayE or not, for 
they generally outlive all tbe res of the native 
and aie just as soon as tbe old tavern 3tand 
Cianges hands and is oteoed on tetnpfrauce 
principles. One bottle "f sa«apinliaor ^lneer 
pop is az iatn i to these ola fellers as a rifle baJ 
is to a bed-bugg. 

Notes on L-cs. 

Borne enthusiastic Frenchman once declared 
the human leg the most philosophic of studies. 
"Let me see the leg," lays Gauntier, "and I will 
judge the mind;" and \t does Beem natural that 
tbe leg should indicate the disposition, as the 
shade of tbe hair should indicate the tempera- 
ament. "What sloth, f jr instance, does the limb 
betray. What a shtew Is the poaeeesor of a limb 
like a wa'klnK stick ! But what a gentle womsn 
is Bhe with tbe arched Instep, the round ankle, 
and the graceful pedestal, swelling to perfec- 
tion, and modulated to ngLtcc :•: ! What dog- 
g-d obstinacy tbe stumpy leg with the knotty 
calf exhibits ! What an irre>o ute sml does the 
lanky limb betriy ! How well the strong ankle 
intimates the firm purpose ! H-iw well the flat 
ankle reveals .the vacant tulDd 1 Young men 
about to marry— observe ! The girl with tbe 
large leg will become fat at thirty, and lie abed 
till midday. The brunette, with B'eader— very 
slender — limbs, will worry your soul out wltn 
jaaljney. Tbe blonde, with )Mi;e limbs, will 
degenerate at thirty-five into the possession of a 
pair of ankles double thenatoral size, andaf. 
flxted with rheumatism. The fair haired dam- 
tel witn thin limbs, will gee up at ha'f-past 5 
to s cold the servants, and spend her nights talk- 
ing scandal over tea. The oliv^-sainned maid, 
with t>e pretty round limb, will make you hap- 
py. The little rosy girl, wbh tbe sturdy, mut- 
cular, well-turned leg, will ba just the girl you 
want. If you find a red-haired girl, with a large 
limb, pop the question at once. Tbe short lady 
fcbonld always possess a slender limb; the tall 
lady an ample one. No doubt these hiuts are re- 
liable, and the faBhlons make them quite practi- 
cal and available. 



"You are beautiful, and I adore you;" eaid 
a gentleman to the belle of the evening. 
"For my part, I hate you and think you 
frightful;" ehe retorted. "I believe you, 
yon frank girl. You don't tell polite false- 
hoods like me." 

I want to be a police, 
And at the comer's stand: 

A star upon my bosom, 
A club within my band. 



The greater the difficulty the more glory in 
surmounting it. Skillful pilots gain their 
reputation from storms and tempests. 



G-O and See Them, 

The fine sets of parlor and be d-room fnrnitnre 
at J. A. Shaber &Co.'s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offered for sale for cash lowe 
than ever before in San Francisco. v 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and a3 such is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
Ban Francisco. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
corner of LeldesdorfE, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

Home from Europe. 

Jnlten Ferrault. M. D., member of the Medical 
Faoult; of Paris, so widely and favorably knows 
in San Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour on tbe continent of Europe, where he visited 
tbe moat famouB hospitals ia tbe world, and may 
be consulted at his office, 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, West side, over the Drag 
Btore. a 

Dickey 'a Creme a.e t>ls 

Is equal to best French preparations, anft 
without their injurious effects. Bvery*bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
Ingredients. h 

European Music. 

The largest assortment in the United States 
outside of Kew York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc, at 
Schubexth's music store, fM3 Clay street. Agents 
for the Steck Pianos. i 



First Premium Millinery. 

The last Mechanics' Fair -awarded the first 
premium for superior taste and elegance of 
workmanship In the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Cowles of the '-New House." 114 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle's stock is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, bh 



UT You "Want; 

Your Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
not spoiled, sand them to the What Cheer Laun- 
Iry. # 

Do Ton Know 
That Wftli BUTTKBICS'8 PATTEBN^fVon CaJl CUt 

and make any garment to fit perfectly I Send 
postage stamp for an illustrated catalogue. H. 
a. Doming, agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
I'achine, No. 113 Kearny street, between Butter 
and Post, Ban Francisco. • 



Pffe-w York Store. 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged eisewhero, at A. £. 
SAMEBoif & Oo'a. New Xork Store, 102 Second 



Why Abe Bbown's Baths, 202 Fourth street, 
Hee Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. I 

m — 

Snuff! Snuff! Snuff* 

The Washington- street Blonde, cor. Washing- 
ton and Dupont streets, supplies you with the 
best tindi of ladies' and gentlemen's ^snuffs, 
Havana cigars and Turkish tobacco of tbe pur- 
est quality, to which we call the attention of 
all. MiCHALrreomtE Bbos. J l5 



FOR TI E . 

ET S&SAB E DPSMaiX. 

Li e is not robbed of all its charms ; 

Thank God, I*till can see: 
There's something ie' t ia thiB bleak world, 

For me; yes, even me. 

The scent of ro.e and jessamine, 

TLa: fill* tc- fragrant air: 
Comes like the br<-uth of id jels sweet, 

Aud woob me from all care. 

E'en faded leaves, and broken stems, 
Speak in their t wn tweet way. 

And tell me of that other life, 
That other brighter day. 

Tbe bum of bees and song of birds 

Fall on my ravished ear ; 
And raise my troubled soul above 

All bitter discord here, 

Tbe whisp'ring breeze and murm'ring Till, 

Tbe silent midnight hour; 
All breathe of 6Wiere3t sympathy, 

Aod soul inspiring pow.r. 

And golden beams of sunlight dart 
Across my pathway drear ; * 

Illuminating all tbe gloom. 
And jo I Jo not fear. 

O, yes ! there's many a Joy for me. 

Could I but look above; 
And never turn my face from Him. 

Who ruleth all with love. 



Invalie Chair and Bed. 

The best invention for bed-ridden people and 

(valid?, :s Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and 

Invalid Bed, which attracted so much attec- 

Meohanic's Fnir John H. Titcomb, 

Kearny streer, is ag<?nt for Califimia. * 



G39 i 



The L«ijnrlt» of JLiT*. 

Tbe maa who does cot care what he ea's, is 
not worth mucb as a mio. Tbe greatest noeta in 
the world bave glorified good living. Tbebtat 
intellects in San Fraacieco are nourished by tbe 
terrapin stews, artistically prepared .Eastern and 
California oyatere. oyster omietteeand otber del- 
icacies served under ihe ao:e supervision of the 
genial Winant, aud Charley Hacke. formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at the famous 
Pacific OyBters Saloon. No. J37 Bush street aDJV 
the Alhambra. It ie a favorite resort of epicures 



After tne Sella. Union 

Comique and Glooe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Seamy, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt, Not a Chinese-made cigar in 
the Btore, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to tbe finast imported Havanas. 
A fine stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable for 
presents during the coming holidays. Every, 
thing at priceB to suit the times. 



The Best Farm Wngan. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm .Wagon is 
tbe best ; over 600 sold on tbis coast. Mills 
At Evans, Agents, 508 Market street. s 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made aud made to order, No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Kearny. tj 

New York Dry Goods Store, 

813 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctions very_ cheap. Bememoer the number.* 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Business cards inserted in this Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for $1 per month per line, sub- 
ject to being left out four times a month.] 

A.actloneera. 

J. Terry 4 Co., (furniture) 309 and 311 Pine Btreet. 

Sookaellera and Stationer". 
Hitchcock. Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 415 SanBome. 

Bnilnem College*. 
Heald'a, Bryant £ Stratton, 24 Post. 

Batchers. 
Lumeden, John E., Stall 9, Occidental Market. 

Sutter Btreet aide. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 8 and 9, California Market. 
Katz, Fred. Stalla 94 to 100, California Market. 

15rai» Founder-leu. 
Weed <t EingweU, California. 125 First Bt 

Clirars and Tohncco (wholesale). 
Cohen & Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company, 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. M., corner S&nsome and Market, and 
Ellis and Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magary & Co., (successors to H. M. LockwoedA- 

Co.), 231 Kea/ny street. 
What Cheer Clothing Store, 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

Crockery, Glimivure, etc 
Douglas P. & Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners. 
Weston's Bakery, 9 Stockton street. 

Candlea, etc. 
Mercer's, 518 Kearny, and 127 Second street. 

Decnlomanle Depot. 
Mrs, Cotter. TO Silver street, near Third. 

Employment Offices. 
O'Brien d Ward, comer Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Good*. 
Locan & Co., 19 Meotgomery, 10" and 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
R. F. Osborn &. Co., 749 Market. 

Uumen and ttnddlery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. C. & Co.. 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F. , 581 Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Freud , m "ft r & inventor, 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 102 Second Btreet. 

Jewelry. 
Laird. D. W.. (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelspiei, S- B. «Co., (agents for United State 
Watch Oo.) 313 Bnah. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. A Hinz, Sand 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Music and Hailcul Instruments. 
Cohen Simon & Brother, M" Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store.NewMontg'y.n'r How'd 
Keene, O. C, mftr, accordiane, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearny. 
Marble Works 
Daniel, John & Co., 421 Pine street. 

iMaeearont Manufact ur e rs . 
Brignardello, Macchiavello £ Co., 706 Sanaome. 

Oysters (Importers and wholesale.) 
Doane & Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Fruilace Commission Merchants. 
Megan £ Moran, corner Drumm and Clay. 
Powder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver. P. L., Agent Sszard Co.. 11B Front. 

Biding Academies. 
Luak's, 737 Foleom street, bet. Third and Fourth 

Bentan rants. 
Philadelphia RtBtaurant, 408 Pine street. 

' Sewing Machines/ 
Elliptic. IT Soutb Montgomery, 
Wheeler 4 Wilson, 427 Montgomery 
Willeox £ Gibbs, S. M. Oo., 113 Post it. 

Show Card*. 
Morris, 33 Geary street 

Slivered Crystal Doer Pla , 
George F. Foliar, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stoyes aad Tinware. 
Brown, Charles, 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Sickler. Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealers. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 
Cohen Simon & Bret her, 345 Kearny. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

Wines aad liquors (wholesale). 
DaneriP. A Co., 384 Front, 




The iDventor of thia reallj wooderfol TONW, 
after a Beriea of years aud experiments has (suc- 
ceeded in bringing before tbe public all that can 
can be deeired of a pure Tonic and Recuperator. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have care folly tested and examined your I XL 
Bitters, aod bnd that they cannot fail to be bene- 
ficial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

O. HOLLAHT>. 

OrxT ajtd County Hospital, Ban Francisoo, 
June 20th, 1S7L— I should judge that the I X L 
Bitters most be a very efficient remedy in Dyspep- 
sia, Indigestion, LogB of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being comr)o&edof a number of vege- 
table drugs which are principally need in di&essssj 
of that nature, and are of the greatest efficiency 
in their cure.— F. H. ENGrxs, 51. D., Abs-'i R«ai- 
dent Phyeician, Apothecary C. i. O. Hospital 

State Absatee's Office, San Francisco, July 
21at. 1671.-I have made a careful examination of 

four I X L Bitters, and have found them entirely 
ree of deleteriouB miner' 1 u^fiatcee.— yours 
etc., ,*irr*u'State Assays*. 

Beware of Counterfeits ! None genuiat 
withosjt the euraature of Dr. Henley across ths 
top of %ach bottle. Foreale everywhere. 

JX. EPSTEIN «fe CO., Sole Proprietors, 
au5 tf 51S Front street, S. F. 



DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

X.E. cor. Jacksqn aad Kearny tts. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
OOMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital, 
Loudon, nine years in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in Ssu Francisco. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting 40 years of his 
life to professional practice, and tbe successful 
treatment of those OHROJTIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 
the remainder of bis days to qniet-life enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from tbs 
suffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more ths 
scenes of hie early triumphs. Lock Hoepiui, 
spend a yeAr within its wardB, and inform him- 
self of alfthonew methods of treatment in their 
celebrated institution, and then give a few more 
years of bin life bo tbe alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He is agnin located at his old office, cor- 
ner Jaokson aod Kearny atreetB, where for 10 years 
previous his practice as a SPECIALIST resulted 
an tbe cure of all cases brought under hi a cars. 
Tbe Doctor's motto is "honorable and succeaefal' 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DB, * II AS. II, TOZES, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackson streets, 
del 2 tf Ssn Francisoo. 



TjlVIDEND NOTICE. 

LAND MORTGAGE UNION 

OF CAXIFOUXIA, 

Ko. IS3 Post Street. 

SWA Dividend wn* declared on the Oth 

instant for tbe year ending Slat December. 1871, at 
the rate ofl2(^r cent per annum, on the Capital 
Stock and lav s'iug StareB subscribed prior to lit 
July, 187'. Ht'kbolders and Investing members 
are requested to present their cerlitioatee at the 
office i f tbe Corporation, to bave their dividends 
entered tbereoD. 
ja'3 6t JOHN T, CARTER, Secretary. 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County 

AND REAL ESTATE A6ENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND OOSVET- 
ancer.— Office in Smith's new Hall, San Lean- 
H>,-directly oppo3it© tbe Court House. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale audio lit 
various na*r.<* of Alameda oouuty. ao29<lra 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH MUSKMELONS 

DELICIOUS FLATOS. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOU WANT 
tbe seed, buy one. Price. Sl.OO. For s.le 
br GEORGE HUGHES, 813 aod SIS Wubing- 
ton street. d.2tl -w 



MME. LENORMAND, 

;lls -i- 
aiso/j; 



ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK. TELLS . • 
fortunes on the European plan. Alsc 
rest information by the aid of mag 



netio influences, as to seat of any ailment or in- 
sidious disease, that has baffled tbe skill of the 
moat eminent phyeioisns. Tbe Madame bsa gained 
great renown throughout the East and Europe for 
tbe marvellous cures she has performed. jlO-tf 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANOY BOXES, 
Cornecopias, Candy Toys, and everything for 
the Little Folks, at Mercer's Pion>>eer '.'nndv Man- 
ufactories, M8 Erarny etreet, and 127 Second 
street. Count rv ordera filled to any extent. de7 b 



amas bon-bons ; 

SANTA CIArS' HEADdlARTEBS. 

Candies. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of ever; variety K ; i ode io tbeir lice, 
new &od IreBh, for sale cheto 

_ CAimr & waosik'S, 

d«2 107 MontKOmerr Btreet. near Sotter. 




LUSK'S 

Riding! Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, 737 Foliom St., 
bet. Third and Fourth. 
de!5 tf 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 

(Avocat Frangals.) 

No. «SO TVaj.b.lugton Street. Boom IT* 

ap26 (Bet. Mentgomeryand Kesmy) 



C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OF CALIFORNIA, 733'-- ^@ 
Market street, between Tbird and IT Ti^^t 
Fourtb. San Fraooi^oo Mannfaotnrer Jss<g._ J) 
of 'hs best kinds of TRUSSES AVtD < ^ K=== ^ 
SUPPORTBRS. s»- All articles in this Hue con- 
stantly en band, and repair! made at reasonable 
prices. fist, __ cast _^i de22 lm 



J 




-^ T-T. YE 

COMPOUND 

Wild Cherry 




lgar 




9 '9 \ n **l* HO0SE - 



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\I»T IX IWTL Tal. XIV. <X.. ICO. 



assS ' 

WiSrrj..,, 

"Wlla.'i" 
wwiiJSi'5j 



IFORNIA THEATRE 



and Production 
T [MOTIONAL DRAMA 

aOUGE ET NOIR! 



METROPOLITAN THEATB1. 







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Kill III null IC.niiniil l<» 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 







■serial d Ar 




• ■ JIOHMCTS 



KTKMIXO J4KUART lft 




RED POCKET BOOK! 

imimiil ur ;u ao.vmi-i.iuiu> aki 

MISS nEXRIETTA OSBORNE. 

.i.iiiu>> M. lliinlif iiml On Entire OonMnatlon in the Out. 

GE 6t NOIR ~" SCENERY ' WECHANICAL EFFECTS. MUSIC. PROPERTIES^ COSTUMES. ETC 



THIS KVCNIMO 



J»m... trvm II..,. 



••«, af i|» *».,.. 



M 

i.iau, MrrutolDinlu 

Ui«IU«U lunl. M« **'t 

- M*. iarfaca '• lb- *eTj 

BH.IM !>.o,i>»»ol Eataaawa. 

Balaa* .. 

• I Wlf. 



. UMk 

a Bear? 

I J. etadloj 

fiad rrir.n 

. Z *. Tb«T.T 

...Mr. Oataao 
.... Mr »» n 
...Mr. rrrarh 
.. .Mr. Eirnor* 
." T -r»nc». Jr 
.... Mr. Broaa 

Ml" Mil B™.M 

. U-. h|bk MHn 

UlaUllldlkv 

...M m Pelll. Daaar, 
....Um M. CtimMn 



SitaWab-.:d.i 
tirciilMlUaaaa 
nnmlRtfiUnai 
'I mh butt :::■■ H 
Ueb^wmMaeea 

f ITAS. H. TOZtl, 
EwifUd JHDBM 

tal* - 



in noiicr. 



tiuioim, 
) Post Street. 



rfwidMl.TUii:-' 
itMdiilllilDirc* - 
Ml ttruBM.f! lata 

.ton i&l li'K'M a* 
ttTOl mil avtol.1 
ffHM, toil!) IMU i* 

!, SMITH, 
-k Alumeda Cot 

uniHiMii, \ 



rir.l F.alad. r.rl. la la IB. 
i . » Mil I I Mi SCEXE-IaUHer of Gaaablia. 

III Hill r vl- -erdea.of dArb.1 Koaw 

I III 11 «. RKM-.V OE-PaoJioa'a Bedabaei- 

• »-• .-. aaaa-aaaa la eleee. between lb* Ftret 



f«»l hrM, aa the Oeroeaa Froatler la 184ft>. 

I.i II -TtHfTATIOJ-Tai r.uiltni'i Watcx 
tnr •rail I-.a eaa Paat maa 

A.i v-riTt-SHJl-llr of m B'.itk Moreaa. 



4TUKOAT. at I a'ataat- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

I™ ialalaii la all part, of the Hoax Hull Prl.t 




muskmelok. 

iot« tut* 



■»'" ,*"„;" 

r oandi-4 

■an ««£$!' 

■iu»«»» TB 'r 

fCaiicilf* 

tfagsy 



R CHIS. WHEITLEI6H WILL SHORTLY APPEAR 



t'.rrmiBCT.o.* or < hahactebs 

MB. E T. PTTTSON 

. JajbmM Bardie . Ll-ttt Gentler w, 

Jobs Wsodtrd noaqoto, Nil - r. A»ly 

Hairy OottoB | r*ib-r l* ;. ;». ik.»u*..n e j 

J. H. TIO.WO j Major Doao w \u\ »«i 

W|<])« UtiutDi D*aM, Mil >r omh* Hlockl«T 

J. B.M<C.lw| Wild Minor Id* Wooda " 

■■■ MT38 UEHIIIKTTA OSUORNE 

-f Mre. Frank R#a 

Mtti Fincy Youbr | D«bor»b. OoTfniM* to Uf>ba M,m Finny Toimg 

. . , M III A gg^ggjf J M ' 1 1 » D o f Un». Mi.p M*xgi? M"or»- 



• I50P9I9 OF SCBalKRY A>D I.TCIDBrfTS 

PRDI.Ol.VK.- Antero-iia At Darom*** Cbtt««o (a*wi. 
Tti- risbtvf tb« 1Mb : rfbrna-y. 1T7«, Tb» BAokar'a 
jtItai** j »riy. An aciLTitt-d (ntti. The lc-rgnl note. Tht 
CaaiblinK d*tX : 

THE RED POCKET BOOK. 

Tbo fimlty JfW*tt. The o&koairD artist ; the i-anW* bar< 
a-A'B. " Any sscr fir- but borfor." The acsaacId's work. 

The Rod Pocket Book. 



*.t I After storm and Ba'tle. Thi Oo«d Putt Mm- 
■Bta In mid oc*au lot* - 1. t^ l&trooaetDa mecbanlcal 
erlectB n»T<r before prodaced oo Any at«g->."VJl A ta'e of 



lo»e : :i.e ul S.tnan »til the Milor ; a rtcipe for conrane ; a { ,, on . , D . m Adn:arj 

■ n^^-W aaa *-. x ftlaah ■ - . > waaa^l In illalaaaa I Ika hAaanillan . I 



Art III— 4 Country Cbatesa (new). An-iral of the Ad- 

inira. , the propcaKtoo , Ilclece pleAda for her firat loye ; 
tbf iccepted traitor ; tn« wandertr fallen by the wayalde; 
ttuf boipltalltr knows no diitiuctioo | th* pkad alttb ; a 
father enea f >r the honor of hia namo . t«o poor woonded 
he*m ; a brave mas'a ucrlflce ; the aepAretlon ; farewell 

1*1 IV — Kerrrfnen'a tx anal on ; the mArrUfre fete. TBB 
GRAND SAuUN, iuumititttd * 1th Its two huDtfed and fifty 
W.x Tapeti. ; the Bridal Olft ; the first gleam of light ; 
the nOM|tBtlud pueat : the odious contract elamed j Death 
tba urtor: the gleam of light burns loto day; the family 
motto— "H.AVfec alooo cas bats qa ;" a eurtllug rt-T.-li- 



apeck hicij tba earn ; a Teaael to diatre*e: the reoogmtion 
toa ec-a.Tict. Plrwt Plre I Fire! The (inking abip ; a 
brave h^art In trot. tie ; a woman true to the core j the boata 
and raft . ixaan tx ExrLOilos f laat af the Minerva I 

Act II— C)a-t of Africa (n«w). I he ahlpwrecked lov- 
er* ; tbeir bat on the bead. ; a strange visitor ; the Wild 
Mancf the Wood*; an nnexpected arrival ; the loat ones 
found; the father and child; Maurice the convict; Af. - 
aertcd : ' his roid is not onre ;" a brave girl's resolve ; the 
old Bailor'^ threAt : the Ahot. The Cnratva\n. Tableau. 



SATURDAY AT 

Admlaalon 



2... 



Act T— Gardens of the Chateau by moonlight (new). 
The pavilion; the f untiin ; Fauatln and bla bottle; 
"when the wine is in the wlte are oat;" the miter and his 
godson : master and dnpe j diamond cut diamond ; Fol- 
bert's desperate game— "life the stake ;" the star or love 
lights the path of danger j tbe fatal mistake ; the dnpe tbe 
victim; the motto— " Heaven alone has eared xxa." The 
proof of innocence. 

Tlie Red Pocket Book! 
RED POCKET BOOK MATINE: 

.Hntrthe n«ml price 



The Piano used In this TheAtre ia from Sherman & Hyde's, corner Kearny and Sntter streets. 



lire" Clrete and Orcheatro SI OO ] Gallery 

Poraoet SO 

aw*' a 



«5 Cent a 

aqr-No extra charge for Reserved Seats. 
Cars will leave the Theatre for tbe Mission and North Beach every night at the close of tbe performance. 



< ompai.y 
Plooo» 

M-ART16 



Kali* 
»»*ar 

— "-a*. 



Tnnrt Da»a»*r 



HnsTSte Itrewer 

The Brothers. i.Samwellg and Montague 



raaartta Isaltad 
kn| aail Dm.c . 



I'a.nr Onrnlwi 
Marir 7.o«l 



Doubt Sonu and Dance. "Nancy Brown." 

1 i llkltl MATUKW^. 




Tom 

H.rrt 
Maul..... 

K.llla ... 

kAA'9 ... 
O.d Maa . 



Altar .Nic. la.r™:.' lun.i .atllUd 

i I T »an Ram wails 

Bctii>olbor»I . I^ri MiXJartby 

t il Urklo 

Miaa jAMpblne 
Curie Arwiitrong 



icboelgirla 






Mar Urey 

..Id Uootacaa 



Oenora—at 14 o'eloct OrcbaatrA 



». K t \ I i. i.mti \i T i« OKM1B (irKBETTA 



Irl.h .IlK 

Dnlch Mrtllry 



MIm Jnaeathtae 

. 1 tirrlo Aranatrntia .V' J. II. Larklo 



Kallr- 



THE LIVE INDIAN. 

.Larkio... Bree ...Thompson... Tarlor.. 



BONO— ••I'oprottcted Fgmale" 



MAGGIE KNIGHT 



To conclude with an Original Musical afld Legend arr Rnrlaaoae 
oo "Rip Van Winkls." by J. O. Arnold, entitled Tba 

QUEEN OF THE AIR 



Zagleum Vondsnplita. the origins! "Rip". 

Wince Bog' J. ot ibe Rhine (wtoe).. ....;. 

Kiptiosroar«ir, Lord Keeper of tba Boll Pops Loo MoCartliy 

.by TBlj 



_ _ lot. a barkeeper, 

Pippini Gle. Zigleam's BOO 

Mrs. Vonderapliz • 

Katrioa, aged ten 

Katrina, tQirt} reara altar 

IMMORTALS. 

fJustpbraecy. Qoeen of tbe Atr. 

Zulphuroaaossr, tbe Swartc Dayvel 

X:»,.?h ,0 .::::!''*° d » l, »»' !:::::::::::: 

Zephyr Marie Ziel | Azumia 

Coraline .Miss Josepntne I Hyaomlh... 

SuntlowBr ...Faony Garr. ' son I Cloudlet.... 
Demons. Fairies, etc., etc. 



..Until MAthewa 

Mat Kelly 

..Carrie Chapman 
. Maggie Knight 
.Eageme GsrrettA 

..Minnie Fillmore 

Ton my Brse 

Kd MonUgne 

...Leon Sams-ells 
...Msggte Brewer 
Carrie Armairong 
Hay Leroy 



IN REHEARSAL— 

THE PHANTOM STEAMER. 



XTPrJIO:i>J 

SSURANTE COMPANY, 

Or SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE A«9 EMI NEWT WniCII WAN 
vie*] by this) Canpanr to provide for 
•-»■ laearrrd by tbr GREAT (HI- 
tOO PIKE, baa now been paid In fall. 
FOVR III \DRED AXD FIFTY 
BOl'NAXD DOI.UtU have been re- 
bel for settlement of Chicago loaves, 
•hi eh hare been ndjauted pr-oshptly nnd 
aid DOLLAR FDR DOLLAR. 
It Is the policy of this Company to 
e«i nil of Its obligations IIOVORA- 
ILT. nad It sollelts tbe putronnge of 
se public who desire to Inasxre where 
ley can obtain SOLID SEtCRITY.and 
AIR DEALI.NO. 

PRIWC1PAL OPPIOS: 

16 and 418 California street. 

H* STATE TOCCHAKD President 

f. O. KITTLE Vice President 

ll.lHI.ls D. HAVEN Secretary 

jallm 



rkTJRllfO LAST WEEK, A PLACE WRERB 
^ ail Drinks are lOc. and of tba beat qoality ; 
lio, tbe place to get the best Hot Soot cb Punch, 
om and Jerry, or mixed drinks. 

MGLISH ALE ON DRAUCHT, 

.....TTHK.... 

'sot soovo:i3," 

1« MORTON 8TBEBT (ci v Kausr). 
(JtlJtl TF-I.nMA.SS A 11BIOOS. 







THEATH2 ROTIBSBRIE. 
ia« Dapaat at., •n* aoor aoata af Baah. 
K. MAHOHAND LATE OT TBI 
'BotlMirla RaatAuraot" of thaUalaB 
Ulab Proprlator.— Tbo TaMai prort 
aawltliiatkoDolloaoiaaoftba ooaaoa. 
aa-OTBTHRg III EVERY B1-VLE. ItSta 



JOHN X. LTJMSDEN, 



nTHOLIHALE AND RETAIL 
" BUTCHEBS, aad d.alaro la 
ait A marioa o moat., »i.H No. w 

kxudbntal market (Sntur 

voat ildr). 

a»- Order, lolirt u fl ud prompUj filled. Ooode 
.llrered free to ell p*rt. of tbe city. nol7 ml 



^ft*^ 



ALBERT M0RGAH8TERX 
Faeb oaabla Hal, Diaeaina end 

t E.UbblUbme.t, No, • 
icoodat., our Harkat. Onp- 
Bleedict, aad Laecbint 
damn 




CUSTOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear our .uita ooloae mada Dp ia tbe BEST 

STYLE and PERFECT FITS. 

LANCASTER, 625 WiiHINGTON STREET 

dad] Opp. Mnmilri-'a Opera Ilcniae. [ Im 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



O. 3VXXTXaXjX3Z1., 

OPTICIAN, 

**>5 Montgomery Street, Rnsa Bloek. 

Jn33 tt Sao Franoisoo. 



REMOVAIj. 

w. 1 O C\(\f\ TO ANY PERSON 

iP 1V.UUU able Weqaal MME. 

SCHWURER. Professor ot Great 

Myeteries Stie cares sickness arter 

recovery is boneless, and gives < 

rect information on all AfTnira of I 

Prof. 6. ha*, invaluably Taiismsos for 

love, good hack, and al«o seeing your "intended. 

Fee, SI and npward. Office. No. 8*3 Wftshiogion 

asreet, between stookton and Dupoat, below the 

Church, for a short time only. ja4 tf 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR. S-A-XjiI3. 

OLD ESTABLISHED. AND DOING A GOOD 
business, as tbo books will show. Reason tor 
sewing, tbe proprietor hao other engagements that 
be has to fulfil. 
aqy-Apply at Figaro Office. j*6tf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

[/■•-> THIRD oTRttEP. NEAR 
J. **«J> Howard. Three square French 
IHehea, 2£oente, The Cbeape-t end 
Best Restaurant in tbe city. Parties 
rooming in the neighborhood will 
find this house comfortable and q 



E. PARDINI, 

NO. TSO WASHINGTON STREET, 
(above the Plaza), San Francicoo. 
Boots end Shoes made to order In the 
beat French atyle._The aame'readr-made 
always on hand. oo28 3m 



ICADEMC PIRISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING »ND D.Y SCHOOL, 

F°5Hl°F , N R i STKR cS* e 0! ">«^» « y 



_ HME. FORSTER, 

Leavenworth, San Fraaolsoo. 



Sutter street, nssr 

)B*«W 



LEI 



MADAME XVEROT 

HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS AN 
clegAnt aaaortment of Boone** and Round 
Hate. Sbe Invitee tba ladle ef good taste to call 
and aee them, at No. ata* BOS H ST RRBT. 
Erst ftoor — **&***** 




STAPLETON, HATTER 



de2S] 1*4 KEARNY STREET. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



Savings and Loan Society^ BOOTS I 

610 CLAY STREET. 



SSrA Dividend, free of Federal Tax, 
Of Tea per coot, per aonam on all deposit for tbe 
six months ending December 31at 1671 , hoe bees de- 
clared, payable immediately. By order of tbe 
Board of Directors. 

jal0 2w CYRUS W. CARMAN Y, Secretary 



BEWARE! 

C1IT1ZENS AND STRANGERS ARE HEREBY 
^noiibed to avoid that "one horse more" at 

No 3 mecoiiCA Street, 

commonly called the 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of the proper Aathorities. 



HOLIPAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTED PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Fine Gold-monntod EVE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
And Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailedat wboleaale 

8 rices, ranging from 810, 9Yl,W.91B. Good Plain 
iperA Glasses sold from $£, &, jft 50. 

C. Ml'LLFK, Optician, 

SOS JnTonttfomery street. 
de!2 Roes House Block, San Frano 



Or.Zeile'sNewRussianJurkish 

— A»r>— 
ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. .V-ie Pit el lie street. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of tbe kind, either ia Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooms in the same 
building for private patient*. 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



SHOES 1 
SHOES! 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR. JOHN ROLL. THE MGST W0N-->«L 
derfol Fortune Teller in the world, can (^/ 
be fonnd at No. 885 Pacific street, between * * 
Stockton and Powell. He uses all ltiada of witch- 
craft, oures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
turns anything that is lost, stolen, or run away, and 
cures drunkards from drinking. He will give love 
and Inok to all who want It. Don't forget to call 
and aee him. ivi S 1m 



MME. CARTER CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John street, one 
door from Powell, bet. Pacific and 
Jackson, pays particular attention to 
locating Mi oee, and can be consulted 
on Lawsuits and tbe various rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame can be 
consulted by letter or look of hair. 




D. MENDES'S RED LION 
SALOOiv, 319 CommerolAl Ht., 
bet. Batten and Frontjwhere *»• 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
twsan tbe boors of 11 and 1km. ; 
ilso the choicest Wines and Liq- 

ncre. Sngusn Ale end Porter always on draught. 

Yon will always ttnd bim there to attend. dettB 



BOOTS ! 

FOR THIRTY BAYS ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THPM- 
selves of this opportunity, and parcbase their 

&tock of BOOTa and &H0h.S for the rainy eeaeoo. 

At Elee- 
LADIES- WEAR. Nolan's where 

French Kid Button BootB ?l .'0 ST in 

Frenoh Kid Scollop-top Boots. ....... 3 fit, 4 dO 

Freneb Fox Button Boots, only 3 00 4 m 

French Calf Dreso Boots, higbont.... a 55 3 50 

Heavy Kid Boots for Winter wear 2 SO 4 5* 

Kid Fox Scollop Vomp Balmorals 1 78 3 00 

Kid Fox BalmoralB, ODly 1 50 2 50 

Kid Fox Double Sole Balmorals 1 75 3 00 

Extra High Out Calf Boots, only 2 00 3 SO 

English Lusting Gaiters. Double Sole. 1 25 2 00 

KidSlipners, 81; Kins French Kid.... 160 2 I'O 

Misses' Kid Button Boots 2 SO 3 .50 

Misses' D'ble t-olo Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 2 fVl 

Misses' Double Sole Calf Shoes I 50 2 00 

Children's Fine Calf Shoes, only i 2.5 1 75 

Children's Beat Double Button Boots. 1 75 2 50 

Children's Sowed Top pebble Goat.. .. I 25 2 00 
Children's Copper-Toe, 75o. ; Screwed 

Oair 100 150 

Infants' Shoes, 15c, 25c., 50o.and 75 

Gouts' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- 
tom-made Boots fi 00 10 00 

Gents' Frenoh Screwed Boots 5 00 7 (HI 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwed Boote 5 00 7 50 

Gents'Cair PeggBd Boots, only 2 .50 4 10 

Gouts' Kip Boots, 82, $2 50 and 3 OJ 4 50 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots.... 3 50 5 00 
Cents' Congress Gaiters, $1 aad $1 50; 

Sewed 2 00 3 00 

Gents' Rubber Boots, only i 00 6 50 

Gents' Fretaen Screwed Gaiters 3.50 5 00 

Gents' BrogaDB,$l 25, *1 50; screwed. 2 00 j3 0-i 

GeatV Screwed Oxford Ti«e 2 00 3 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, $1 50 ; Ox f'd Ties 1 75 2 SO 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

Noe. 11 and S3 Third street. 

o&- Don't forget the place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street. Nucleus Building. de2£ tf 




PYAT'S 

HCMAX 



HAIR 



STORE, ' 
421 Ke-arny street.' 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

■»* N. B.-WigB hired for Thsatrical pnrporea 
and Maaqnerade Balls. dee lm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clothing Emporlnm, 

5A7 and All! Wiielilniet.ni atreet. 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SHITS OF ALL DESORIPTIO 
made of tbe beat meterielsand otted 
ee if made to order, at Drioes runglog J 

""" Sits to sis. 

Gente' FURNISHING GOODS. Hoslerr. 
Trunke. Valisee, Traveling t-atctaelr. etc, on e&lo 
at the lowest prioee. *»"OaU and be oonvinoed. 

P. F. JIOUIinAKDr. lit'tloi] T. O. BlLTy. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS'. 



A LARGE ASSORI'MENT OF 

Grands and TJprigrhts, 

A. BORD, Paris, jogt reoelved, 

FROM S200 TO WOO UPWARDS, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE 'MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Aleo, a large assortment of Sheet Music, Musics 
Iattruments, Fancy Goods, etc. de!6 t jsl 



FRENCH CORSETS. 



Psrinau Ladies' Underwear. FRENOH COR- 
SETS of allprioes and qualitlea. ready mad" and 
to order. No. 631 SACRAMENTO STltEET, 
below Kearny. jallm 




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feolb7-°tUo «Ooatbeilt. a Gentleiniui tbonld 



go to G. B. 



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Kearoe etreat, near Oalifornle. 



LIESENFELD, 

MANUFACTURER OF BIL- 
liard Table,, ST1 MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 
Freacilco. Sole Agent lor Phe- 
lan A Oollender*s Pataat Billiard TablH and New 
Improved i gnrefca'Wira Ooehlooa. Patented May 
M. OTL QUaVlaWWMneSnSi deilm 



ASTROLOGY. 



FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO .•, 
_ Jdljb. affair, of m bfa ba im Md_oon.alt.Qf. 

aJEata 



liar of 
Aitrologera, at No. «»1 Oalilomla atreat,^, 
Kearni. cm ' : 



PROFESSOR DAHM. tbo moot popala 
AitrolSrere: at No. «»1 OaUforaSi etn 



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BOOA-KD"CTS 



tOreuant 8t. and 535 Waiting-ton Si 

Below Mooworaef, BltJk. 



MO.SDAY- JANCAT.1 15. 1872 



FIIADO ON THE C«U. PACIFIC BAIIROAO. 

rlOABO la Iboi-ooiftr dl.trlb.ted ev- 
er dM on the ear. of the California »•» 
e Ifle Kallrond. leavlos M.arj.Tllle for 
ValleJ J ul Ban Franclaco at 1 o'eloek 



FIBARO ON THE OAUAWD BOATS. 

«4H> " Flg<*ros" are distributed on tfce 
tAUnnd Ferry boat* every aiieraoatt, 
m*atlj aneDgthe paaaenffera arriving by 
t •• rreul Overland Tmln. 

FISARO ON THJ_VAUEJO BOAT. 

9O0 "Flgaroa" are dlntrlboted every 

day among the panengen on the Steamer 

Capital, on her afternoon trip from 

Vallejo to thl« city. 



The Intern at ion a la. 

Well may tbe monarcha of Europe trem- 
ble on their thrones, well may the bloated 
capitalists of this and all other countries 
grow pale with fear and shake like aspen 
leaves at the might; power which has arisen 
in the land. Their fate is Cast approaching. 
Down they must come. It isn't George 
Francis Train, who says: "Down with 
kings, smash the rings," that makes them 
afraid. No, it is the "Internationals I" 
This ^tremendous organization is firmly es- 
tablished in San Francisco. They held a 
meeting last week. The BulHtin thus re- 
ports it: 

The English-speaking circle of the later- 
national Workingmea'a Association held a 
regular semi-monthly meeting last night 
at their ball under "the Mechanic's Insti- 
tute. The Treasurer, Dr. Belle, reported 
54 25 cash on hand. 

Four dollars and twenty five cents already 
on hand to be used in gaining for the horny 
handed sons of toil their rightful heritage. 
it is not as much as the Fenians subscribed 
to free Ireland, but it is a beginning. 
Tremble ye tyrants, howl in anguish ye cap- 
italists who have grown rich on the sweat of 
-the working man. The Internationals have 
men and money— Si 25 —to accomplish their 
ends. 

Heading a Fire Plug'. 

The Nevada Transcript of the 7th has the 
f ollewing : 

On Thursday night, a fuddled individual, 
on his way home, confronted a fire plug, on 
Park avenue. He halted and said, "Yon git 
-out and don't stand in the way of a gentle- 
man." The pluR did not reply, and the hero 
want on: "Gol d-darn, 1,11 p-hic-ut a head on 
yer," at the same time he let fly hie brogan, 
giving the plug a terrible kick, and stagger- 
ed on remarking, "yer h-hic.ead is derned 
h-hic-ard, but I guess that k-hic-ick 'ill set- 
tle yer." 

But so Setisg Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. E. Sctlze, Aget t, 27 Sew 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 



C Coot, 

First Piemium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. * t 

A. Word. 10 Strangers. 

The beat and cheapest restaurant in the city 
1 s the Delmonico Eestaarant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class coot* and the best of every 
thing in the market are to be round. K 



ffew Fu.misn.n~ Goods, 

Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



It is Perlectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
betoreSi.it. returned the same evening if de- 
aired, x 



Washing Betu rned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Laundry. 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Ccrrille. of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
hii own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
o;i-«ers to all parts of the Pacidc Coast. Hts 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a f&mewhien 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
11 Saddle Bock'" is known everywhere. 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The buildinji is a vsrv fine one and U wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Sausajrea. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but BunWs 
Club House sausages at 74 and 15 California 
Market. P 

Dr. Bourne's Electric Baths, 

Established id 1S52, now conducted- by Dr. Mc- 
SpirreTi. are recommended by all physicians as tbe 
beat medicinal baths on the Coast. 10 Post street. 
Masonic Temole. « 



Slake Your Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. KomrcEB, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a-eronderfolly small cost, trans- 
form the dullesWooking room into a bright, 
cheerful budolr. A 

Dr >r the Occidental Hotel, 
112 if ontgomery street, at the store of Ander- 
son & Bandolph, you can buy watches, jewelry, 
Bllverware, etc., of tbe latest styles, finest goal- 
ty, and at the lo west prices. x 

To tlio UntTortttate, 

Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, No. 623 Eearay 
street, corner of Commercial, San Francisco. 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1S54, for ths treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
recharge unless "le effects a cure. * 



Booth, Barrett and Bangs. 

The last New York Season— we prefer to 
call it by its old title, and sink the "Our S :- 
ciety," part of it— contains a very able crit- 
ique, by a writer holding well known per- 
sonal prejudices against B^oth. on the per- 
formance of Julius C»>ar at his theatre: 

Mr. Booth presented "Julius C**ar," w'.tb 
the most gorgeous stage setting, well con- 
ceived and elegantly wrought. We have 
never seen so many accurate stage pictures. 
Eich was a reflex of the epoch upon which, 
the action of the play is founded. The 
dresses were models of the period, and re- 
flect credit upon Joyce, who made them. 

The principle characters of the play, are 
Brutu?, Caseius, and Marc Antony. Ctesar 
loses his importance by being killed so ear- 
ly. 

Mr. Booth cannot play Brntns, and common 
decency, and good taste should have preven- 
ted his attempting it. He does not look as 
Brutus looked. The brawn of muscle, the 
stature and general phiBique, was unlike the 
Brutus of Shakspeare, and his history as 
well could be. Booth as Brutus, suggests 
the thought that if Cfesar liked not Cassius, 
for being lean, how could he have loved 
Brutus, for not bsing otherwise. But geni- 
us in the actor has and will overcome mere 
physical appearances. Booth larks genius: 
or if he has the divine fire, he is a careful 
man, and never ehows it to the public. He 
looked like the student, and aped tbe stu- 
dent. In fact 1 9 was more apingly scholar- 
ly, than ccrrect in pronunciation. He dres- 
Bed his hair like Napoleon, and tried to look 
thoughtful. Jut he, from the first, miscon- 
ceived the character of Brutus. 

In the scene with the conspirators, he 
lacked the dignity of the msn who was ur- 
ged to kill Caesar upon the conviction that 
his death was for the good of Berne. There 
was an absence of solemnity and quiet re- 
serve of manner, to comprehend which, he 
failed. They had met to nrge him to join 
with them in an undertaking, the object of 
which was assaaeination. To a mind like 
that of Brurua, who was a reasoner and a 
philosopher, the scene was one of awful 
moment. Booth meets them as a court gal- 
lant, would meet his boon companions, and, 
in his delivery of the lines that follow, makes 
ha3te to get through. Instead of being im- 
pressive, his inhalation was very bad, and 
painfully apparent in thiB particular scene^ 
Hi3 dwelling loDg on words as "all, off, gods'' 
and words contaiBing "V or ending in ly, 
smacked of egotism or, if not that, a desire 
to be an aoting lexicographer. His delivery 
was never very good, but it was at one time, 
clear, and unforced. Now it is entirely me- 
chanical. 

In the tent scene with Cassias, he was aB 
choleric, as fidgety, and as irritable as Ca&- 
sius himself. He was lazy as Brutus, and, 
the chair business played a prominent part. 
He looked as melancholy throughout the en- 
tire plav as he ever looked in "Hamlet." 
When we say this, we need not accuse him 
of mirth. 

Banes, as Marc Antony bore off the hon- 
ors. He looked and dressed the part-to per- 
fection. He was not only the Antony whom 
Shakspeare drew, but he Bhadowed the An- 
ony which finds no counterpart in history, 
save Mirabean. His acting in tha scene 
that followed the death of Cfiesar, was* grand 
be 1 ond deseription. Though suffering from 
hoar^ene^s. his voice was well used. Every 
phase of passion had its separate and dis- 
tinct tone: mock humility, bitter scorn, deep 
grief, and invective, rang out in quick suc- 
cession. The curse scene— delivered with- 
out rant, was bo electric, as to wake the 
house from its torpor, and give him a re- 
call. His delivery of the oration iu the 
public square, taxed bis voice to the utmost. 
The reason of this was the elevated position 
from which he spoke, being nearly twenty 
feet above the audience. Yet he caught the 
spirit of Antony, and spoke the text with 
the artful cunning and subtle meaning which 
wa3 so much a part of the nature of the man 
who mourned over Cassar dead, yet who 
profited byhis death. His closing speech 
created intense enthnsiasn, which lasted un- 
til he bowed his acknowledgements. Bangs 
has made a hi t as Marc Antony. 

Mr. Barrett was on the whole, good, we 
may say, as Cassias. He has evidently 
given the part careful study and attention. 
If a man can sink his.'individuality in a part, 
then Barret baa done it in Caseins: his make- 
up re-called the lean and hungry Roman eo 
full of choler— irritable, and uneontrolable 
in temper. In every scene with Booth, he 
towered above him, and out-acted him. His 
delivery was in marked contrast with that 
of Booth, he speaks English, and speaks 
clearly, pronounces correctly .and, rarely 
rants. 

To sum up the play, it was well put upon 
the stage, with every advantage of scenery 
and a lavish display of dress. Mr. .Waller, 
and Mr. Joyce, deserve especial credit fer 
their efforts.* The play itself is a grand one, 
embodying every phase of human passion, 
and te'aching to our people the grandest 
of lessons, if Bangs, Barret, Norton, and 
the scene painters can give it along run, 
then Booth may get back his money. Bnt, 
if not, then Julius Caesar must follow the 
rest of Booth's great stage pictures. There 
was a singular lack of judgment manifested 
in the production of this play at this house. 
And, there was a selfish disregard of public 
opinion in casting Mr. Booth for the part of 
Brutus. As an actor, he has done something 
for the art that has enriched him. As a man- 
ager, he has given to Shakspeare the same 
gorgeous scenery which the spectacular, and 
sensational drama has had. ' He has done 
much to create in the young mind ^and re- 
vive in the old a love fur the grand and 
beautiful in dramatic literature. For this 
he deserves that meed of praise which we be- 
stow unstintingly. 



The Flood and its Effects. 

A day trip down from Sacramento yes- 
terday on tbe frteamer Capital g&ve us a fair 
exhibit of what a flood in the Sacramento 
Valley cauj. do at ;its highest:. Sacramento 
with irs secure levee end raised streets has 
suff-red none— except from mud— within 
the levee. Oma.de the levee, across the 
slough above tbe American Rive bridge' 
the whole plateau at the junction of 
the two rivers is under' water, and people 
living there are in houses with elevated 
foundations, and communicate with the city 
with boits only. 

ON THE BITER. 

The Capitil left at 11 a. h.'. and came fly- 
ing down the river with the aid of a seven- 
knot current. For the first 20 miles the 
levees were unbroken on either side. On 
the East side of tbe river there was but little 
water. On the West and North-west an 
unbroken sea was seen as far as the eye could 
scan, with solitary trees looming up far-off, 
like ships on the horizon's verge. As we 
neared the slough where the land is more 
depressed,, this back-water came up to the 
very levee on the river, overflowing or- 
chards, and surrounding the little raised 
mounds on which the barns and houses 
were built. The Capital in coming down 
follcrwed the bent of the river around the 
slough not wishing to risk a passage through 
it during the flood. 

BELOW THE SLOCGH 

The land on both aides is overflown, and 
the levees on the east side badly broken- 
The finest farm houses on the river are here, 
on the east side, all built on mounds or 
raised foundation; out of reach of the flood; 
with large barns similarly located. Here 
neither people or stock have suffered; but 
the immense fruit orchards for miles are all 
inundated, and it was a mooted question on 
the boat whether the flood would do them 
serious damage or not. Further down, the 
Arkansas ranch— a stock one— was flooded 
in land, house and barn; three desd horses 
and a cow were floating near the house, and 
a number of horses stood near by with 
diooping heads, knee-deep in water. 

GBAXT AND SBEEilAN ISLANDS. 

The sa islands Were aimply lakes, gleam- 
ing in the Bunlight calm and placid as Como, 
bnt without its romantic surroundings, un- 
less their levees could be called such. The 
whole enclosures, with the exception of the 
raised spots on which houses bad been 
erected, were covered with water. All the 
Southern levee of Sherman Island had been 
washed away, apparently by the sea beaten 
up during the late Sonthernly gales. 
A mile below the steamer landing on Sher- 
man Island a gang of a hundred workmen 
were stopping up a break of about 500 feet 
which the flood had made in the levee, 
Upright planks are pioned down in the 
mud edgaways, gunny-sacks of earth piled 
against and on top of them and covered 
with mud, and the levee is repaired. 

That the flcod has done considerable dam- 
age along the river cannot be denied, but it 
is more imaginary and temporary than real 
It has been prepared for for years in the 
erection of earth mounds to act as arks of 
safety for houses, bamB and stock, audits 
damages and inconveniences will soon, be 
forgotten in the prospective plentitude of 
the coming crops. 



The very finest Photographs to be had only 
at Sellsck k Fbheb's, 415 Montgomery street, 
Prices reduced. x 



BOO JE^alrs ol Socles, 
At all prices,.!; the What Cheer Laundry. 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive season, a dozen of Squarzi's ex- 
quisitely flavored punches form a moat appropriate 
present. The egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great skill. His 
famous symposium is at i l ) Liedesdorff. and is pre- 
sided over by A, Bona, his worth? successor, o 



Jjever Buchle Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. i 



Tlif 1VCW Remedy, 

For restoring the hair and cleansing the ecalpr 
iise Kinkead's sage-brush hair tonic and cure fo 
baldness. It will check tbe hair from falling out 
To be had of the agent. Jaa. H. Gates, Druggist 
cor. New Montgomery and Howard streets, and all 
druggists. See that L. M. Ki n k ead. Elfco Nev., is 
on each wrapper. e 

Liadles' "Visiting: Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
John P. Dwtkb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand HoteL x 



Since the Great Reduction 

In prices at Gifcrin A: Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cus 
cmers. Call and see them. 327 and 829 Bu6h 
street. bh 

• t 

Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton'g. See that the name 
of Hug & Schmidt. 535 Commercial st„ is on the 
wrapper. Bus s bchmtox. successors to r. t, 
Beiliy, Agents. h 

Rents Collected- 

By the Real Estate Associates, 408 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. s 



Hadn'iKard About the Fire, 

[>\ T. Tr;bone.l 
Certain pergODs are 83 densely uncon 
scions of what is goine on ' aroucd »bem 
that if the planet Bbouldgoio pieces und 
they by seme strange chance be preserved ' 
among tbe grm-ril wreck, they would not 
suspect fur at least '24 hours Biter that any- 
thing had happened. An it stance ot tuis 
though apparently improbable toabsurdity, 
actually happtned to Chicago at the time ot 
the terrible fire. On the Mondsy mornirg 
followiog the great dif aster, a woman caUd 
on OLe of ber neighbors, oo the West Sice, 
aDd askeil if ebe cood have more wa'er, 
say in g ebe could not get any aoywh< r»-, a.nd 
tLat she did not understand why. Hrrnclgh- 
bor, a well known lady, formerly a resident 
oftLis city, replied: "You could Lsruiy 
expect a supply of water this morning, my 
good woman." *'And'why noi?" was toe 
interrogatory. **The water has bJI betn 
used by the fire last night." '-Fire, what 
Art?" queried tbe woman. "Whv, of 
course you know, madam, that almoet the 
entire cry h^s bte-d burutddowt ;that near- 
ly the on Ijbuildinss which have esctped are 
ou this 6ide." "You don't tell me so; I 
never heard of that. I knew there was 
some house burnitg Saturday evening but 
I had no idea it done any particular harm." 
The woman was neither msani nor insin- 
cere. Through all ibat horrible ro^r of 
flame, that war of the elements, that ter- 
rific din of a burning city, she had slept 
calmly, without b-^ing once dstnrbed in 
her profound s!umber. Fact is often stran- 
ger than fictior. 

Tno St} listi Hat Store. 

The reason why the establishment at No. 617 
■Washington street is called *' The" Hat Stobe 
is becanee, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Go to -*The" Hat Siona, 647 Washing- 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine the large stock of the latest t-t vies 
of bats. e 

For the very best phographs go to Bradley & 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Sun- 




SRYANT & STRATTON 



House, Slg-a and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed,, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H, 
Gadsby, 565 Market, near Second. u 



If Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to Stall 00, 61 and 62, California Market 
first stall oo Pine street side. o 



A-rtLflclal Limbs, 

Menzo Spring, manufacturer of Doctor Bly's 
Patent Artificial Limbs, 101 Jessie street, ;. San 
Francisco. % 

San Frakcisco Stall.— Kc*. 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at ca3h less than 
any other place in the city. c 



Rheumatism, Xenralgia, Colda 

And all similar iaflictiona speedily and surely 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths, 10 Poet 
street. Masonic Temple. G 

For Washing 

Shirts, SI 50 per doz.; small pieces, 50c. per 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. • 

Watches. *~ 

Ths finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale in this city is 
offered by J. W. TtrcEss & Oo- Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst, Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Sets, "eta, all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest prices. 



Best Quality of Dogskin 

Driving gloves, at S2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

The Newest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the sontucsst corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the way 
to the post-office, is aeent for ail the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sour-ma&h stimulant — so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— is at No. 605 Wtshing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. S06 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. s 



Mate Yourself at Home. 

Ton can mtke yourself perfectly at home, in 
■The Parlor" kept by Harry Corbyn, whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
pc-site Third. A cosy place for 'Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clara chowder all night. £ 



Positively 

Those fine goods, Watches ait> Jewelry, at 
S06 Market slreet, are being sold dally at set 
cost. The stock will be closed out. f 



B,educed JPrlces. 

Guerin &. Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
327 and 329 Bush street. Must sell 535,600 
worth of bcote and shoes within 60 days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

All persona in want of Furnishing Good should 
make a note that at Seqdts & Cbableeois's, 706 
and 708 Montgomery street, can ba found the 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods in that 
line In tiie city. Star shirts of tbe best quality 
for $1 60; woolen overshlrte. drawers, under- 
Bhlrts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at p-icea below 
tne JO»fest in the city. 706 and 703 Montgomery 
street, one door from Washington, east side, z 



The beBt selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Tore and Fancy Boxes at the moat reasonable 
prices, at J. Togeley 4 Bros., Candy Manufactory, 
1»6 Kearny st., near Sutter, and « Second Bt. £ 



Useful Holiday Presents ! Havre Porcelain 
Dinner Set, 180 pieces, $25; French China Din- 
ner Sets, 1J5 pieces, $30; French China deco. 
rated Toilet Set, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, ii pieces, $10. m 

Sold at lowest rates by Heuck, No. 233 Rear, 
ny street, South of B ash. i 

H. A. Callend er, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cot. Mission st. Jewelry of all kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. b 

A New Tning In Oysters. 

Joe Giueta, luo California Market, frontine 
on Su mm er street, serves fresh'y opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Giusti's fresh opened oysters to eat on 
SundavE, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Oard Cases, etc, of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. Voa will find a large 
stock of it at A. H/rsohman's Jewelry Store, 133 
Kearny street, between Satterend Poat. G 



Don't wait, but go before tbe rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Go's, No. 20 Kearny Btreet. He has the finest 
supply in tbe city. ■ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



< MANUJALTUREfU 

— ASD — 
BEPlIIEBi 



&0 DRUMS. B4HJ0S, 

OTHER MUSICAJL IXSTKrMEXTS. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1805. 

s9~Le3sons ?iveo on the Bidjo and Drnm 543 
MISSION STKEET. between First and Second. 

N. B. — Fine-toned bilrer Solo Banjos for Pro- 
fessionals always on hand. jaJ5 tf 

Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. a*7 KEARKT STKEET, 

AjMOISTKa THE WzED SBWTNS MACHINE STORE. 

GErTTLFMExTS SHIBTS MADE TO ORDER 
and dts jraar&nteed. Oar reputation tor 
makijig PJERFECT-FITTISfe SHIRTS 

to order is well known. Genw' Forcishinz Goods 
at the lowest rate. jy2> tf 



NESS COLLEGE 

£4 POST ST. — 
ISANFRANCISCOf 




rpBE LARGEST AND TBEEKsT BUMNES 
X COLLEGE <ntheC<-a*t. It edncMes thoi 
ongbly for BaficPss. Persons of both sexes a& 
of all "ges admitted. Preparatory Department 
for rfeose c( t fl ted for Ku sine's Conrse. Over 2 
pnpils now 'c attendance. Students cen con 
m-Dcc »t< inytto'e. Tbe public are i- vit#d to via 
tbis College. Catalogues sent hy addrp?ein.r 
E. P. UEALD. 
President business Colleg*, 
dell*f S«n Fr» noised, 



r PRICE JvCTS 



AN IMMEDIATE AaO ITHHA 

nent Care for VOUGII9, COLDS 

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TUESDAY JANTAIiY IC. 1872 



AMUSE MENT S* Etc; _ 

Meiropsltfnn Theurr*. 

Thia theatre w.* perftCtlj tsrong*d Uet o'trM. 
and by one of tne iotn,t fashionable acd la:«lH- 
Cent audiences ever asuembied wiibin its «u;«. 
E?ery seat was occupied before the rise of » lie 
cl.- aic. and ataadlDjr room bard to Gbtain. As vre 
hare before (MMd. Cfcailee Reede in bi» nov«l of 
"Fcul Play" ta indebted for bii plo*, incidents 
acd situations to "Tbe Red Pocket Book." there- 
fore t bos* who h«T-» r^ad tbet novel can form 
eomeiioaof the play. *"or the benefit of those 
woo have not. it muy bo *• weil to give tbo story 
wbicb leas follow*: 

Maurice (E.T. Sict'on) visits Darome (Harry 
CoitOD.i, & bkntcor, to borrow cf him tLirtj- thou 
sand franc*, leaving with him aa ttcariiy jewels 
balt-DKiog to bis moiber. who b*sdi*d. Netce to 
ibe amount ere given him out of » red pocket- 
book, and be goes out. Now esters M. de r'olbert 
wi:u tbe ct j.ci cf securing u note f r rg-d by him, 
which be knows to be in the pu$seeeion of Duron o 
sod id the nd pocket book. Durome »ot»r* and 
ecriri(«B him witb tbo book in bis bud'; his 
auk falls 00, sad od being recognized be stabs 
Darome and fhe#, taking witb him the r.-o pocket- 
book and the cai>kei of Jewels left by Maurice. 
1 bis sods toe proline. 1 be first set of tbv nUy 
takes place on board lbs ford ship Minerva, under 
commas d of Capt. Ketveguvn of the trench Navy 
(John Wocdard). Tntr j are od boat d the A: inerva 
io addition to her crew, Helena, Oapt. Kervignet.'* 
daughter (Mite Henrietta Others), and llme.de 
Lanndy, bar aaat (Mrj. Frank Rea). Ilt-lere, while 
telliag ber aunt that she it in love with a young 
man whoee same and history are mUowt to Lrr 
is interrupted by the ant oumemect that a boat 
to dialrvee bao been discovered. Tbe boat is c-ver- 
ban cd and a man nearly dend from hanger and 
fatigae is resetted and brought on board. Hs is 
rtcogn'std by Halt- no as tbe man whom the loves. 
He is in fact Maurice, who was tried and found 
Cnilty of tbe murder of Darome id cooseqaence of 
tbe Dotes from the red pocket-book being found 
Id hi« pcsiOssioD. and bad hia sentence of death 
commuted by the King to service io tbe galleys 
for life. He bu jutt escaped from Brest- Tbe 
doctor of the Mioeria.io reviving him, ditoovers 
on bia back the brand of the galley slave-, and io* 
forma tbe captain that the man be has rescued is a 
convict. Helene vri;i not believe him guilty, but per 
father will not listen to him. M&uiice is Loan!. 
"toe ship takes fire. Helene outs Maurice'* bonds. 
The ebip sinks beneath the wavee, Maurice, liel- 
eneand all on board escaping io the bouts and od 
ft rait. Id act second we find Maurice iiud Ud- 
vce on the csast of Africa attended by Marcel, a 
good-hearled sailor who ha? escaped with them 
A caravan te eipecttd to pass soon ai q rescue 
mem. Captain Kerveguen arrives by water in 
search of bis daughter and insists od her going 
witb hi m. Should Maurice return to Prtnoebe 
will be tent back ta tbe galleys, therefore Captain 
Kerveguen urges bim to join tbe caravan. Helene 
is taken away, and Maurice as be is striving to fol- 
low ber is shot by en ■ of tne sailers, lu aot third 
we find Admiral Ktrv-guec, Htlene and ber aunt 
ti their chateau. Helena is uiged by ber fatber 
to marry, tbe i-tory of bow the was for six tnoutbs 
•n the coast of Africa with Kcurice being whiE< 
pared round to ner disadvantage; be aeaure^ her 
Maurice is dead. Of coarse he it, not but makes 
b.e appearance shortly after. In act four we bod 
Helene haa at length, wearied out by ber fa- 
ther's importunity consented, to marry M. de Fol- 
bert, a gentleman owning an adjoining eBtute. 
Preparatione are going od for tbe marriage; Mau- 
rice seeks Helene for a last adieu, e tee her decked 
in jewels, the marriage gift of £>* Foibert, recog- 
siEfctbemas thore wnich be left with Uurome, 
the banker, proves thc-y are bis by touching a 
sphog and revealmgtbe family motto, "Heaven 
alone can BiVe ns." Now bis eDdeavor is to track 
bow tce+e jewtU came ino tbe hands of hi. de 
Folbertand tbns ditcover tbe real murderer of 
Pnrome, the banktr. J uet at this time be loses 
bis wite from excitement and becomeaa madman. 
In tbelaat act everything ta Bet right, M. dutol- 
bert is denounced a& the murderer, tbe ioaocence 
of Maorioe 1b eatab'.iabed and he claims Helene at 
hi- bride. 

This ia a euf&cier-tly interesting etory to make a 
good play, and it does. There in, however, too 
mnch "talk" in the veraioo produced at the Metro- 
politan Theutre )<ut night. A great deal of this 
w.ll be cat out to- eight, and th. n the play will be 
one of tbe moat tbriJliog ever produced in this 
eftf*. Tne m&nLgcmetit bave fully filled their 
proalse to tbe public, that this play should be 
produced ic extraordinary it jle. Tbe ecene of 
thetbip io the second act i- perlectly nolike any- 
thing ever seen before. The whole stage is boxed 
in, and tbe eye rests on a waste of water and eky, 
in tbe mtdrt of which a veBSel lies totting. "When 
tbe fire breaks ont, and tbe magazine exploder, 
tbeaoip break* np and settles beneath tbe waveB 
wbilsitbe crew are teen in boats floating in water. 
Tbe palace scene in the fourth act is really mag- 
nificent; a spaotoua ball sepported by pillorsof 
porphyry, and paved witb maible, is lighted with 
chandeliers of gold, burning t*o hundred utd 
fifty Upere, wbicb tbed a resplendent light. Ail 
tbe tcenesaro good ; tbatreprsaeniiog tbegardeDa 
of tbe Chateau by moon Igbtirfvcry iitt: and all 
do great oreoi; to Mr. Wilkioa, tee soeale ftttist 
of the Metropolitan Tbcntre. Credit is due to 
Edwin Deaves for the rrcchank-ai tCect of th« 
train of camels croMinarl he doaest. The t'.age fu.— 
niture was rioh and new, and iu full keeping with 
tbe splendor of tbe scenery. 

The acting of tbo play ie in tbe bands of two or 
three out of the many drama'.h periomv. l'..t\ 
Stetson as Maurio? gained at-d kept the s>mpatby 
of the audience for the wronged Maurice, and 
played tbe part in a porfeeUy bearNtreukiog man- 
ner. Mies Henrietta Osborne was very p'.eutmt: at 
Heleoe. Misa Osboroe always carrier ber tadieoce 
with ber, and gams their sympathy for tbi hcro- 
iae, which iea great point. Jae. M. H^rdiedrei&ed, 
readaod acted tbe part of M. de Folbert v.ei: ; 1J. 
Cohen did as mDcb for that of Ditrome: John 
TVoodard played Ctpt. Kerveguen qaietlyand witb 
good discretion ; Mrs. Frank Re* dressed and acted 
the partofMme.de Lauudy very welt indeed ; Wil- 
lie S:mm = , on whom devolves tbe task of lighten- 
:aa up the plaj, waj very smuekg as JTcrce). t r.e 
sim, ;t-hea!ted oouotrymnD, wboitiuks to V.eiin.o 
by sea and latd and ie Inetiu mental in establishing 
nJs innocenct-: J. H. MclUce nude a mpital doc- 
tor; the " bun" was played by tome clerer 
gji-jo.'tst 1 name dona not apyeario the bill ; 
and the laui«t*of Ihe piece, Miss Ma>rgte Moore, 
Miss Fanny Yousg. Alios busi? S >ula rod othars, 
dressed *ith good tr.»n> and looked very [.teasing 
in tbe dance io tbe prologue. Great pains baa 
b«tn b 3% t« wed on the productiou of this play: it 
i»follot Interest. it well playd. and should br.ve 
a long run. It wi;l be p'ayed every ci^ni until 
inrther notit ..■- 

AitAToinc.u, Musrra.- One of tbe most 
complete collections cf tbe kind io tbe United 
Ctot&s, comprising hundreds of costly and beac- 
titoi wax models, is ditiiy on view (to gentlemen 

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their retDec'lTerolae. and tr(r? ab'y mrporUd by 

the talented company of mut.cal artltte formirc 

tbe company. 1 be eolo*. duets eod cocmsee weie 

civeo witb admirable etfevt, and the action cf tbe 

opera was smbI tu.tair.td. tbe drucksn waddiog in 

particular bEi^c c»«i*d tbrouffh with 

iplrit. 'La Ftr-crnle," as performed t >■ Kr Ie A 

Leon'e and ibt Emenos Mioetrele, is a gre«t treat 

and ebould be ecjryed b; alt. 

CAllfornlrt Theratr*. 

"Bongeet Nolr."an tdaptation from'tbe Frtncb, 
which b\s bet 11 for tome time patt in preparation, 
was produced luat nigbt and capitally acted 
throughout. The play ia full of action, and the 
incidents sra cf a thrilling cbsrscter. The that 
act opens with a scene in a gambling dec, (.&:! tie 
other foor acts are devoted t-> an elaboration ot 
tbe nmcr.ee. aM proce*d:og from that gatne of 
"Rouge ttjfoit." fhetntireet it well Eustain d, 
though tbe p,Ly jb rather long for iheboards 
of a Sao Francuco theatre. It wit! doabtl?ps 
play c'oser tooiec', and let tbe audience out at an 
eailtTheur. John McCoiioacn. Mies May Hsw- 
ard, HennKdwards. Mr=. Sophie Ed*in, W. A. 
Mestayer, Leach, Tnajer, Buckley -and all c:n- 
cera- d is the rtprtreDtation of tbe play per- 
formed their pane well. Tbe soeneiy is very fine 
Thatof tiie fir»! sut, tbo Patisgnmbliog silooo in 
Pat's Royil.ind that of 'he eecond rerr-'sentiDg 
thegirdene of d'Aibel House, ccoupied the full 
depth of tbeitage. Tbe Garden rcene was vtrj 
elabaraly preeentrd with real Cowers and a flowing 
fountaio. Tbe bnrning cf tbe Hut in the Black 
Meraas of : t e German Forreet in tbe last act v.r.t 
alio e. »ery iffective tcene. Tbg situations of the 
eco of tbe flret, se OLd. nno third u::b ate very 
emotional nod we',] worked op. 
Bella Union. 

Tre comic balle- of "St. Valentine's" causes 
pjicb Isjajbter; Carrie Armstrong and J. H. Lar- 
kiu io their new cDaraiUr scene of ' The Sausage 
liun" huve made another hit, aid Clara Stan's 
new song, "The Hoodlum," ie wtll adapted to tbe 
times. Maggie Knighr and Chris Mathewe sre 
Cfi^itnl iu their dooVe tone atd dance. In the al- 
te-rpiece cf "Ibe QuetD of tbe Air" Miss Carrie 
Chupman by her comic renke-un and good acting 
as Mrs. Vanderepltz causes much laughter. 
The OxxVrt?. 

Ibereie vaiitty eoongb in tbe entertainment 
offered at ibis plate cf amusement to srft &!• 
taste*! Among tbe features of the programme 
to-night &ri> c< ice eonge h- Snlly Thayer ; ballads 
by hi z~\f Harmon; etttntric dancee by Jimiov 
Hall, and female impersonations by Oarlova.tbe 
Dutcb Le&c. 
Theottte Comftrae. 

Tne Ethiopian burletque entitled "'Clim-E- i" as 
presented at tbie houfe by Johnny Tuers and 
Jake Wallace ie one of the moEt side-splitting 
pieces of absurdity ever seen on any stag". F'ranu 
Joz.es iB g'eat in "Adolpbce M&rniog Gicry;" 
Mi.s Rosa Vincent in daoce&; Mike Q>inn in char- 
acter act«, and a cumber ot others in a varied pro- 
gramme wili aniuee tbose wbe vim ibe Theatre 
this tvening. 
Benefit to Si^nor Bmn< lit. 

The testimonial benefit to Signor Bianchi, wbicb 
has been postponed again and agaio, is now defin- 
itively arranged to come off od the 24tb at Ma- 
guire's Opera Honee. Toe opera of "II Trovu- 
tore" wil be produced, witb Signor Biancbi as 
Manrico, Mrs. Brad aha w as Leonora, Mine. Biau- 
ohi aeAzuceDB, and Signor Luigt C'ontini as tbe 
Conte di Luoa. 

Art Reception. 

Tbe San Fraocieoa Art Aeescittion will give one 
of their delightful receptions at Pacifio Hall this 
evening, when the latest productions of oar looil 
artists will be exhibited. For the mneical portion 
of tbe entertainment, the following ladies aud 
gentleman bave voluctet r ; d : "Mica Dingeon, 
MissTojetti, Miss Thorns'. Mr*. Math e ana Miss 
Barrel) ; Metsre. Lyster, Weil, Schmidt, Scblotte, 
gcbultz, Harrington, Havell and Blyth. 
Tnlent fn in Portland. 

The A jax, which arrived yesterday, brought the 
following members of the minstrel profsBBion : 

S. H Pnrdy, Chft-. Vincent M. Ainsley Scctt, 
I cistel e.tjherry Belle, Korretsielle the contctii'O- 
iBt, Tommv Argold, Jimmy Cotton, Cnarley Kroer- 
aon. Dan Lowrie, Cbarles Morrill, Johnny Aeilly, 
Sntie Lee and Mlbb Sinclair. 

They have all scraped tbe end of Oregon off 
their boots, add we think we may be borne out in 
asserting that they, individually and collectively, 
do &ot banksr much to return there it this season 
of tbe year. 

Holiday Fare. 

Those Who have no fan jly circle wbera tbey can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
eumptnoatly at Jones' Oyster Palac*, next door to 
tbe OaJiforn:n Theatre. There they can find every 
luxury of the Beaton: the cbo<o»et winee, and the 
most experienced of cooks and attendant?. The 
priva'e room"> I>r dinner «nd enpeer parties, are 
the admiration ol ail wdo buve sate them, v 



WAITI-V© 

waited for thj coiLlsg 
Mao; year^: 
And djv Let:: is tossed and tortured 
oithite fears. 

Id LiiTLt-vfBlGES I iK bold ibeo 

Far a war. 
And I wtko to Kve tbteoDly, 

Ali tne day. 

Time, the wrtcker and deetrojer, 

l>(.»-*u ibe air 
Slffti tbe white flscd throngb bii ficgew, 
Ou mv b&ir. 

To tbe torders of life's TVlcter, 

rraviugci.b; 
Aofi tbfc harvest muon ie fading 

xrom the sky. 

--U beside all waters— 
Loving thee— 
In tbe fcbedow and tbs Euuebine* 
Warm and free. 

Tbronpb tbe Euiamer woode I've wandered, 

A',] i.loae, 
"VVitb a weight u?od my Eplr.t 

Like & tstone. 

I Lai hoped to reap right early 

Something sweef, 
ALd a si teething that would m-£e 

My bttDM com;]vte. 

Lovj wrf gr.v^D. liOlhiDi; doubting. 

Lavish )y; 
ttrong ac^ cocbfoxit, iitver climgxl ?, 

Ae :he sea. 

I un bad tnd I am lonely— 

Wi ary, too; 
If ttert'E truth outside of Hee-vec, 

Thua art true. 

And I'] wait, a? I have waited, 

Everted e, 
Fw tbe music of thy ftoiettp 

A: ibe door. 



'I lie SuEt Htttl I*Ii>»m. 

Tbe &ticramenK) Uuioo save: "An inter- 
estiug conte>«t is now goirg en between the 
Br.r: atd eood, or ra.tb.er ihtir respective 
cbamjfiODa, in regard to tbe weather. There 
j:re Lmuug us many "Forty-uiners," wbo 
iihve u theory thn-t when a moon comes in 
wet the we&tiier wil! continue more or less 
stormy during that lunar month. OtherB of 
» veieraD cla-B claim that whenever p. gnn 
cbU clear sud unclouded it |b a euro sign of a 
r'peU oi clear weatber. Tbe laat. moon came 
itt wet — and etormy was the weather until it 
ended its monthly conrse. TaJJy one for the 
jtrontiea On tbe 9th the enn eetiu an nn- 
cloaded horizon, and the moaning uf Ibe 10th 
dawned bright and clear. Tbe soUt&j hailed 
these ocenrrenesa aa certain omena of a fair 
Bpell. But early in the d*y a new muon en- 
tered npon the ecene, clouds covered tbe 
Bfciep, tbe wind arose, and scon after night- 
fall the rain began to come down. As yet it 
:t» an open question which ie to nave the beet 
of tbe conte-t, the Bun or the moon. The 
rnnalfea are crm in adhering to the soundness 
of tbeir tbtjoriee, while tbe aolites are shaky 
on 1 heir vine. At present writing it really 
peemB ae if tbe moon worshippers bave the 
belter of their Pardee rivals, the vrorsbipptr^ 
oftbeBun. And lookinc upon the conduct 
of rwople generally, it dots seem aB if tbe in- 
habitantB of this State, as well a* its weather, 
are more or lets under lunar itflnences." 



Go an A !=■*.' e Them. 

The liae wts of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A. £ha f er & L'o.'e, 707 Murtet street, Dear 
Third, which axe offered for sale for cash low 
than ever before in San Franctaco, 1 



I>x-. Doherty 

Ba« devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as euch Is 
now tnt most successful of tcy Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 619 8acramen»o afreet, 
corner of Leideidorff, a few doors below What 
Ohter House. 

SViiat C-iieer l_iu.u.n<tx>y 

£mployB no Chinamen, and ebocld be pat. 
raaiaed by everybody. 



If you wiah to buy a watch or any article of 
jewelry cr eilve:ware, go to A. Eirechmao, 133 
Eear.ty street, wbo beeps cone but good arti- 
cles, with small profit!?. His guaraatee is reli- 
able. Watcfce^ carefully repiltf d. G 



Job'* Ice fniim .Sutoon. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
toe theatre to cot Que Oyster?, Ice Cream and 
Fancy CiUd'^K ia at No. 2:7 JSetrnr street, between 
line and Bush. Iboold piuneer, f. Job, always 
on band. ^^ 

Cax and Steamer New* Ac*-ncjr. 

A. Kronberg, the new* ngont lor the et<^mer 
Capital and tb* csre of tbe C V. H. I'.., betides 
amending to the dally distribution of i"iGAr.o 
aaioug tbe pa(<8eso«?8 tbereoa. fuppliee them 
with the lateet tt.u Fm tiliea and all 

he Eastern Illustrated papers and magazloes, 
at Saa i'raDciS'.'O price*. * 



A. Suiti'.blo Uollduy I'rcsent Z 
Fori lady i- 100 FaBhiouible Visiting Cards, 
written or en«r.:ved in the k.iea ttyle by .'on; 
P. EwxEjt, tH/7 Montgomery Street, or at Gniad 
Eoul. d 



Ward's Celebrated Wlilrts 
At old stand, cor. 3d and Market, A. Levine. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the I-and Mortgage Vt-iou, interest v'- 
Icw&d from diiy cf deposit. :;o eLtmnce fee cr 
charge for passbook. OfEce 123 Pot-t trrtet. 
open on Saturday evenings from" to 9 o'clocl.T 

Strmaer, Stop: 

Go to Mr. Keubold, 31C Eufh street. If you 
waht boots mad? in style ard of the best ma'e- 
rial, his a we'; known Uet tha: boctj made to 
order, are th? cheapest in the end. x 



I>r. Barlow J. SxattJi 

G'.ves frea lectures (;o GeLtlemfn ouly) 
every Friday cvtcin?, commencing at 7>4, a*, his 
Hygtlan Hall, C37 Californui ft,, and txamicefl 
p[l t :•:t ; , .? ph:L):oiogjca;]y ca to health. Q 



Home from Europe. 

Julien Perrault, M. O., inenaber of the Medical 
Faoulty of Paris, eo widely and favorablF knows 
it-- Han Francisco, baa returned from an extended 
tonr on tbe continent of Hurope. where he visited 
the most famous hoEDitcU is the world, and mas 
be consulted at bia office. 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California and Pine, Weet side, over tbe Drug 

Etori-. A 



Dickey »e Creme de JCj!S 

Ia equal to best French preparations, and 
without thetr injurious effects. Every bottle 
is warranted free from lead or other poisonous 
ingrediente. b 

European Music* 

The largest oesortment In the United Stafec 
cuteldo of Kew Tcrk. Mufcical Iuatrnmeuts 
Pho'.o^rapbs of Composers, busts, etc., etc., at 
Sebuberth'a mneic store, C43 Clay street. Agents 
for toe ctecs Pusoh. 1 



Flret Premium JrllllJnery. 

Tbe last Mtchai-itfl" Fair awarded the first 
premium for tuperior taste and elegance of 
workmanship fn the millinery line, to Mr?. 
Cowles of the '-New House," 1H Third street. 
Vm Cowle's etocit isun^urD:.b5ed by any in 
the city, ti:d her prices are very reasonable, bjb 



Cr Tou "*Va.xit 

To^.r Elsnkets and Flannels well waehed, and 
oot spoiled, send them to tbe What Cheer Lauc- 
lry. 



L>o Tou Know 

That with EtTTTEaicB's PaTTERse you can cut 
*nd mate any garment to fit perfectly? Bebil 
postage *:wup for an illuetrated catalogue. H. 
a. D«min>r. agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
• lollae, No. 113 Kearnv Slrett, between Sutter 
and Poet, Ban Franciaoo. • 



IVe^v York Store. 

Cheap and fine Jewelry and fine? goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. E. 
f-Axnsos k Co's. Sow York Store. 102 Second 
Mrift. j 

War AjieIJeows's Baths, 202 Fourth etreet, 
lice Garland's Vegetable Cough Drops? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. 1 

■♦ ■ 

SrxufF: Snuff] Snuff: 

the WaRbuKton-stren Blonde, cor. Washing- 
ton and Dupnnt 6treeta, supplies you with the 
best Mod- of l.'dieb' and gentleman's snuffs, 
Havana cigars and Turkish tobacco of the pur- 
ret quality, to which we call the attection of 
i'.,amc3ES Beg 



A Bmty tTedtlinf. 

The Ret^e River Ktreille t-f oBTinary 4:h 
giv#e this a'-coum * -f j hs-ty, nnd, 10 all up- 
nenraurcji, ji happy inanijg*: 

A. weddiog C3ine eff :n this City night before 
■-. ■•■ :«, i-ropo--ed and ex- 
-■ ^r-.- time than any Lil'jirot' the 
kind 'hit ever came u'-dtr cur jeiortonal 00- 
MrTB'ions fine? the ualcyoo (Jays of Mud 
e Winter cl :>4? and Spring of 
. bt groom is anopu enr gentleman from 
a 8"U*be/n disiric, who 'is? recently maoe a 
»jiie o' *orue mining property and came to 
Landfr'j metropoiln to sjitnd the hotid»y^ 
«nd norlton ot lis fiiODiul'x, when, on tbe 
e?eninar aioresati, h»- fell in ni(h bia afflnitF, a 
beautiful black-i-yeddaoise-, resiling In the bate 
ranee, and ivceijtly gn. =usted trom «n Ea f tern 
6'hu-ational liiatitut«. The piopomi was made 
and accepted, ite maniase st-itl> mcut drawn 
ana itceifue procured ail ionde the (.pact; of 1 n 
hour, when tbe htpty ccuplt hai-uneu to one • f 
tne hora's anointed, who noon mad" the twain 
ODb tl^-h. The happy bridegroom, in tLe full- 
ne-fcof hie heart and gc-nt-rosity of hlti niiture, 
pre*enled to tbe wortnyp&taou* couple oi iwtii- 
tleaft-r IiIk teivjcee. A: the La'ajetie Kes'au- 
rant an elegant weddirig supper was prepared 
which was partaken of by nBme'<u» j »vi-l 
fneudK of tbe happy groom and bride — wino 
flawed freelj, bright eyes sparkled, and Jhtiorct.- 
ston ixdeed, was n "feast rf reason and a flow 
of poul." At a late nour the guests separated, 
a:.<l the loviog pair betook tbeuii.e:ve6 to their 
fTlvau retreat— 'ivo touls with but a single 
thought, two heart that beat aeone." 



UBfful Holiday Presf nts I Havre PorcfelMn 
Uibner Set, lb) pieceB. $25; French China Din- 
ner Stts, U5 piec^F, $30; French China deco- 
rated ToPet Set, 11 pieces, $10; Frenoh China 
Tea h'et, 41 pieces, $1U. M 

Bold at lowest ratpe by Henck, Ko. 233 Eear. 
ny street, South cf Bush. * 

McDowell, Kjiow C'eirit Writer, 

Ready made aud made to order, Ko. 7 Geary 
street, corner Eenrav. rj 

H r lia.t Cheer l-.a-'uxiclry 
la the best laundry )n San Francisco 



After Xiie J3*-l Ul Union 

Comique and Olohe Theatres, patrons who 
smoke a cigar ou their way borne thould go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Eearny, kept for the last eleven yt- are by 
Reary Schmidt. Kot a ChtneBe-made cigar in 
the store, tut every other braud, from a lew 
cenis'costnp to the fihos; imported Havanae. 
A fine stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable lor 
presents during the oming holidays. Every- 
thlLg at prloes to s^it tbe times. w" 



Invalle Chair unci Bed. 

The bes'. invention lor bed-ridden people ard 
invalids, ie Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and 
ItvaUd Bed. which atMacted so much atten- 
lion at tlie Mcchunic'e F^ir. John H. Titcomb, 
c.J9 Eearny eir-eer, is ogerlt for Cuiifiruia. p 




Tue i&ventor of thia really wondorfnl TONIO, 

after a sorieaof yeara ana experiinente. bae enc- 

ceeded in Oringins before the public all that can 

can be det-ireu ol a pure Tonlo and Recuperator, 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have cart folly tenter! and examined yonr I X L 
Biuer*, and tind that tbey cannot fail to be ben*- 
Ucial aa a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

O. Holland. 

Crrr asd Cocjfrx Hospital, San Francisco, 
June iOatt, 1S7L— I ehi-nld judge that tbe I X h 
Bitters ipiim be a very efficient remedy io Dyepen- 
Bia, lodigeaiion. Loss of Appetite, and eimilar 
complaints, b«inc compoaed of a number of vege- 
table drugs which nre principaMy used io diseases 
of tb&r. nature, and are nf the greatest, efficiency 
io their cure.— F. 1-L Kkgits, M. D , Aaa't Resi- 
dent Phjaician, Apothecary C. A 0. Hospital. 

Statt: ASSATTKH'S OFFICE, San Francieco, July 
21ot, 1871.— I hrive made a careful examination oc 
pour I X L Bitters, and have foand them entirely 
free of deleteiious miner 1 *' u-.-turcee.— Yonra | 
etc., ^rirr* .i-State Aasayer. 

Beware of Conntei-feltw ! None genuine 
without tbe eis-natnre of Dr. Henley acrcee tbe 
top of each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

M. F.PSTEfN A C?>7, Sole ProprietOTB, 
tn5 :f G18 Front etreet, S. F. 



The Beat Farm Wit^wrt. 

Tbe Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm Wagon !s 
the best ; over 500 fold on this coast. Mills 
It Kvans, Agents, <ft>8 Market street, nn 



N'e\» York Dry Ooorlg Store. 

813S:ockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctinoR very cheap, fceinemoer tbe number.* 



S.F.BUSIHESS DIRECTORY 

[Bnsioees cards inverted in this Directory (in 
alphac-eTioal order) for Si per month p*r line, bap- 
ject 10 being left ont four times a month.] 

Auctioneer*. 
J. Terry <fc Co., (furniture) 3(19 and 3U Pino street. 

Itookwlkr* inid Gitettlnnere. 
Hitchcock. Geo. I>. &. Co., 413 and 415 Sanseme. 

llufliiffc" Colle(£ea> 
Heald's, Bryant <t 81 ratton, 24 PoEt. 

Bntehets. 
LomEdec, Jofcn E.. Stall 9, Occidental Market 

Sutter street side. 
Wr&y, Jacob, Stalk 8 and 9, California Market 
Kiit z. Fred, Stadia H to 100, California Market. 

JfrneN Fetund^rlee. 
Weed & Kingwell, California, Ui First st 

Cliei*re xuid Tobueco (wholesale). 
Cohen & tSperliDp, :n< Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery, 
'Pearimac, A. M„ corner Saneome and Market, and 
£lliaacd Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magnry & Co., 'eucceaeors to H. M. Lockwood & 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
What Cheer Clothing Krore, 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

Crocktrv, OliwNWure, ett- 
Docalae P. & Co.. 331 Kearny etreet. 

Con feet Inners. 
Weeton'e Bakery, 9 Stockton atreet. 

Cundlea, etc. 
Meroer'e, S18 Kearny, und 127 Second etreeL 

SeculomHnle l)c-|»ot. 
Mre, Cotter, 7ft Silver etreet Dear Third. 

Fmployment Offlcea. 
O'BrieD k Ward, corner Clay axd Montgomery. 

French F«ney OoatCiu 
Locan A Co., 19 Meotgomf-ry, 1(FI and 109 Setter. 
HiirJwnre, 

R. F. O&boro A Co.. "4ft MarkeL 

Harneu utitl unUlirry wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. A Co.. 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Cocrt, John F , Wl Market, near Second. 

JI'.>.-ii> lutd Coraets. 
M. Frend,mTtr<t inventor. 3S Second, oor. Jes&ie 

Jt'11 mun Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. & Co., 102 Second street. 

Jewelrj-. 
Laird. D. W , (whole-ale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelapiel, S, B. er-Oo., (agents for United State 
Wtitcb Co.) 313 Bash. 

Millinery Gooda (wboleeale). 
Haker. W. A llioz, S and 1 Sutter, and W6 Market 

Mutic initl illn.ic-.il Inatrnrnenta. 
Cohen Sioon A Brother, Mi Kearny. 
Handel House Mauic Store.NewMonTg'y.n'rHow'd 
Keene, O. C, mftr. accord! ins, repairer of all kinds 
mosical instrnments. 203 Koaroy. 
M stride \V«rki, 
Donie!. John A Co.. 421 Pino SBMBt. 

'Sfitccat out MiiBnfiictiirtrt. 
Brienardello, Macchiovollo <fc Oo.. «t* Sanaomo. 

Oyster* (Importers and vrbc-iosale.) 
Doane A Co., Ko. 9i California Market. 

Prutlacc CninmlMlun Mefchanta. 
Mnc^c A Moras, c roir Drostm and Clay. 
Powd«r untl Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver. P. L., Aarcct Haxird Co.. 118 Front. 

2;itliu- AcuUtiiil^s. 
Lnsk's, "i'T Folaom ureft, bet. Third and. Fourth 

RL-Nlnnruatt. 
Philadelphia R.etaurant, -108 Pioe street. 

Sewing; .'Uiteliliiea. 
Elliptic. 37 Sooth Montgomery, 
Wheeler A Wjlaoo, fSi iloatgrmcry 
W;llooi A Gibha, S. M. Oo„IU Poetet 

Miow tiink 
Morris, 33 Geary street 

Silvered tTtvetul Door Flat , 
George F. Faller, 631 Sacramento street. 

Stbvel Rit« Tlaware, 
Brown. Charles-, 724 Market. 
Lewie A Pander. 32 Geary street, above Market. 
Sickler, Caltb M.. 420 ud 421 Kearny. 

Teu :i n<l Ccffee Dealer*. 
Occidental Tea Store, WJ Market, opp. Second, 

Toy 1. und Fani-v Guvda. 
Cohen Simon A Brether, 346 Kearny. 

Veterlnury Snr^eoai. 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard 3-.r&et. 

Wine* und liquor* (vholoeale). 
i F A Oo Stid Frc 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

LAND MORTGAGE UNION 

OF CALIFORNIA, 

No. Ii23 Post Street. 

a«-A Dividend wtae declared on the Olb I 

insrr.nt. for the yuar endioir Slat December. 1ST], at 
th» rare at 12 p r cent per an nam, on tbe Capital 1 
Stock a*«d lnv stinp Sbares aobecrib^d prior to l«t 
Jciv, i8Ti. Nt(<Rboldera and lavesiinc membera 
are Ve'^ueett-ri to pre^enb their ocrtifioateaat the 
ofSce ' !' th- Uorporatioo, to have their dividenda 
entered tcereon. 
ja"3 Pt JOHN T, GARTER. Secretary. 



MHE. LENORMAND, 



APKIVEU FROM NEW YORK. TELLS .,£. 
fortim«3 on tbe European plan. A<sc 
gives uc-rwtt information by the aid of mag- 



# 



neticiDtluencee, be to seat of any ailment or in- 
eioions disEiiee, th&t has baffled the skill of th*) 
most eminent physicians. The Madame haa pained 
great renovt n throughout the East and Europe for 
the marv^lluns cures she has performed. jlO-tf 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FREEH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES. 
Cornecopins, Uundy Toys, and over; thine for 
tbe Little r t.lks, at Meroer's Pion«-eer « >andy Mao- 
utactoriep. .M8 Kearny etreet, and 127 Second 
street, Country orders tilled to any extent. de7 I 



AMAS BON-BONS! 

SANTA CI.AIV UEADQliARTERS. 

Onxi<licf$. Candies. 

CHRISTMAS BOXES. TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety ». : t ods in their line. 
Lfcw and IrtBb. for Bale cb«\'i 

CANTY «fe WAGXEIC'S, 
de!2 107 Montgomery street, near Sutter. 




LUSK'8 

Ridingl Academy 

For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, TJ.7 Foltom at.. 
bet. Third and Fourth, 
detS '. t 



THOMAS FISHER HULBERT, 

A XTOKTf ETC A.I' XO A. "W 

(Avocut FronffHla,; 

No. 020 WaHlilngton Street. B«on IT, 

ap2fi fBet. MentKomeryand Kearny) 



C. DIETRICH, 

__ [05KB R OF 0AHfe"0RNIA.'3'»3« 
MT Market- strent, between Third and 
Fonnh. Saa Fiaateisen. Manafaotnrer 
of 'be best, kindi of TRUSSES AND' 
SUPPORTEK8. •»- All article* m thia line cob- 
Ft*otJyec u.-.cd, and repaar* made at ^r*aaoaabie 



] 



DR. CHftS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.K. cor. Juckioa nud Kenray ate. 

rpllF GREAT ERADIOATOR OF SPECIAL 
Ml OuMPLAINTS, formerly of Lock Hospital, 
London, nine yeir- in bacramento, and the laat 
ten yenrs in S»q Franciseo. HAS RETURNED 
TO PRACTICE. After devotinc 40 years of hie 
life to professional practice, and the successful 
treat-mem. of those CHRONI0 DISEASES 
wQjch it iB here needleea to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profos^ion, and devote 
the reroiiincer of his daye to q^iet-life enjoy 
mil- 1 : but tbe eonetaot applioatione from toe 
Rufferme everywhere, to come to their relief. 
tinally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumphs. Look Hospital, 
s;>er.d a year within its wards, and inform bim- 
tfclf of tllihenew methodaof treatment in their 
celebrated institution, and then give a few mere 
year? of bi« life bo ibe alleviation of suffering hn- 
manity. He is ap-am located at hie old office, oor- 
ner Jackson Knd Kearny streeta. where for 10 yeara J 
previous his rractice ae a SPECIALIST resulted 
in tii" cure of all cases brought under hU care. 
Tbe Doctor's motto ie "honorable and sucoeBstal 
treatment and moderate obarcee to all." 

I>It CIIAS. H. TOZKK, 
N. E. corner Kearny and Jackeon streets, 
de!2 rf 1 Ran Franoleoo. 






C. E. SMITH, 

County Clerk Alameda County 1 

AKD REAL ESTATE ABEKT, 

SEABOHKB OP REOOBDS AND CONVEY- 
uiow.— OfiiW) in Smith', now Hull, S.d Uu- - 
ro, dirvoviy eppo^tte rbe Oonrt Honue. 
FiSUS unci HOMEKTI'.ADS lor nttudlolH < 
..rinofl o»!-<.a of Alnm.d.oouot,. .plfflla 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN lltlERICL 
TURKISH WUSKMELONS 

DnUCIOtS FJ.AVOB. 

WILL KEI-P ONE YEAE. IP YOU WANT 
tbe .fed, liny on(* Prio«. Sl.OO. For ul. 
byGEORGii HUGHES, Bia >nd SIS W.BOing- 
lon&ireet d,20 2w 



mm 



J 




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(OWLANO'I 

COMPOUND 




Wild 



igaro 



*JL* r»A» r-ARY I* 




v«j. xiv.- n.. ioi i 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



• .••■.! a* too 



Ornnd Prodii' 



C«*T EMOTIONAL DRAMA 

ROUGE ETNOIR! 






JANUARY 16 

aaV r. 

■ i icmniiiit i<- Drama 



Ttato No 



( oiiipanj 
Plooo* 



TMI» IVININ 



ANGARY 1 



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l'# SCM 



RED POCKET BOOK! 

MISS HE N R I E T 1A OSBOttNlfl. 

M. llnnlle and the Entire Combination in the Cast! 

ROUGE Ct NOIR * EW sce " erv * " echi " icil effects, music, properties, costumes, etc 



tVEBIWU 



liMCARY 16 



-f '•c*.»««m."«l 



MR IT T. <■ 

Wei- 

V. K-llf 
■ 1 Croarell 

II Mtwo Mij-'I'-iii. . \|m ,«i 

Omit* II 

J. H. M< .t* I Wild ateobf to* Wood*.... 

•o ... UlrJS HENRIETTA < 

•»l*» ' Utt. Frank Ree 

..Mies Ffcor > Toung I wt-.raL UoTtroM* to Helena M(a* hr.'. 

- .... _ - .Mim ^'^J^J5jJi' 1 JL'j ) ^l^«'_ : - I ' - * U«*«i© Moor* 




rtr.i PvrM, r«ri. In 1»«P. 
»Miti t\i- tK'RNE— liMitr of Guab lot 

v " tf d A-b»! HvttM. 

1 IAIN '.:«1«M». 

■fi M ■»[■-•* trnw««c 



•f— »< rrrt-.!. am fkc (i-.min I'roalkr In .Kit* 

* I IT-TrtlPTiTION 
B ' E * C - . • 

Act T-F1TI 



Hon.* 



JAH.'ROAV. M I O'ctetk- 

A GRAND MATINEE. 

A««i1m4*« I* all •■rt. -f (■« n.n«- Half p r < r « 

IN. CHIS. WHE1TLEJGH WILL SHORTLY IPPE1R 



• lirOPSIH «»t-' BCB.1CRY A ^ I> I.M:li>E»T8. 

IMM »* 1 ■• " ■ ' ••**'' : '■- Art III -AC -un'.-r » uAlajtM X»*. . Arrival 04 th* Ad 

tbe p*op«..*.ti r. . H*l-r «* pleads for her flr-t lore : 
- f.illen by the wfcYiidc; 
' OtplUlltT knows no ci-tmrlloD . TUB DEAD iijti ; a 
r • ut= f r the Lor: or of hi. naiue ; two poor wound* 1 
h'»n*: a brave ibil'i sAcrlQcc , the teparatlOD ; fart w» 11 
fur^var. 

rt I Y K^rrr goon's maoetoo ; the marriage fete. THE 

l> »*ALuN. Illuminated with it« two hundred and flf-v 

Wax taper-. ; the Bridal Olft ; the Aral gleam of Ugh' ; 

u.e on'iK :t<rd sunt ; ih> odlona oootrict »igned ; Dreth 

th* oifet- ; tbe clPAm of light burnt * Into dij ; the (Amity 

'■U-ATfu Alone can nve na ,*' a startling levelt- 

| tlon : the mad o ad, 

I Ait V -Garden* of tfce Cr.at»«u by moonlight (new). 
Th" pBTlllon; the ronotaln; Fan-tiD nod ht- bottle; 
| '-wb"o the wine fa In the wits ere ont ;" the mUer and ht* 
| sod bod ; mmir and dupe: diamond cat diamond ; Fo 1 - 
ben'a dteper:,;e n»mf-" life the stake ;" the star of love 
| llghti* the p«th of danger ; the fatal ml-: uke ; the dope the 
' victim; the motto— "Heaven alone has saved ne." The 
| provf-of Innocence. 

The Rod Pocket Book! 
RED POCKET BOOK MATINEE 

Half the ii»nnl price 



THE RED POCKET BOOK. 

io«d irtlvt ; the banker's bor- 
The AOTAtolo'i work. 
The Red Pocket Book. 

• ■ f ? aod EA'tle. Th» OtK>D Sbip Mtn- 

%W litroourtDr to*rhADlcAl 
r< M t» , ro^uerd era any >U g • ."%S. A la'e of 

■ --aab Aid "he ■• irajje ; i 

»l«-< * a 1 1< j :ie «N ; A Teawl Id diAin* a a ibn noognatlOfl : 
V\rv\ Flrr! Plr«I TDe noiiiK >hip ; A 
I r%\ t I % wnma.n true to the core ; 1 1 •. 

iA«t of the MmtrvJ ' 
\t i 1 T ' >i«t of AfncA (new). The ablpwrocked lor> 
•ir Lit on th* IteATh ; a atranae visl.or ; the Wild 
Mad cf the Woode; ad unexpected Antral ; the lout oaw 
'he fatbw and ah lid ; Maurice tb" eoDTlct ; de- 
al r»d : "hie road If not on re :" a brave girl'* rosolTe ; the 
old MilorV threat ; the ahot. The Cairavatn. Tableac. 

SATURDAY AT 2 

AdmlMtnn 

t(7"The PIaoo used la thin TheAtre in from Sherman k Hyde'g. corner Kearny and Softer HreetP. 

Ilrf- ttrtle utid Oreheatra 91 OOI Onllerv «5 C«at« 

I'nrqart fig 1 1 +0-Xo extra obarse for Reserved Seatr. 

%*T Cai> will leare the Theatre for the Milton and NortD Beach ever? night at the close oi tbe performance. 



The Brothers SemwHLs Rnd MonUirtw 

Tm\mi\\» UaiU <>1 l.-^> ii >.r-r-a>ta»At 

•»«»« aand BajaMM If itrlr Foe I 

Double Song and Danoe, "Mancy Brown." 

HA0OI1 I Oliail * AT *• VCB. 

CoAAto (Mins- f Ii» It "Hum.' U. cD.nciar. . . r r.r« *>(**-*- 

Attar ■■■ lUllat eal.tlad 

St. VAL.ENTINB'0 X>-A.TT 

I :..:.-. .■.;-.. .a 



Barry 

' . ... 
O d Mao 



leheolbori f 



' arlhy 

J 11 Urkm 

Mlw JoAeptllM 

v rl« Araatroojt 

. Mar *>rar 

Ed Moougae 

Ovtrtar*— at ID e'cloak Orebeetra 



ORI.AT OhOHR ACT ...EVOKPJIE OERRRTTA 



Irl.h .1l« 

Dnt-h Mrdtrr 



Ml" .I.i.« phl»o 
n«tr*tii|c A* .T. II. I.-rklai 



THE LIVE INDIAN. 

Rally Latkta... 6ra« .. Tbompaoo.. . Taylor.. 



Maria Zoel 



EONQ — "Vnprottcted Faoala" 



■ AGGIE KNIGHT 



Tjcooclnd» «'*ti an Or'roil M"alcal and I^«n<lary Burleaqoa 
od "Kip Vao WioklA," by J. v. Arnold. eotiUed The 

QUEEN OF THE AIB 



Zmloum Vooder'p'ifx. the origina! "Kip* .... 

l'riucs Bo cry, of th* lltiitie («ioe) 

Kiptin«ro«r B r, Lord Kaaperof tba Bull Pupa 

Toby Velio*. . * barkeeper 

PlppiDt Gie. ZiRlearD'a »00 

Mrr. Vooderapl-r- 

KatriDA, a«m1 t»u 

Kalripa, tliirtj y«A»! After 

IMMORTALS. 

nustptraeKy. Queen of the Air 

Zuipharouacuae, the Swaru Dajval 

SJKb .::::! 4 """*"' 1 ""- !::::::::::::. 

Z-p^y^ Marie Ziol 1 Ar.-lliiii 

UoraliDa Miaa Joaepuine Hrao'iith ... 

SuLllower.... Fancy tiaru ■ ion I Cloudlet 

Di-mooe. Fairies, ete,, ato. 



IN «EHKAKSAL— 

THE PHANTOM STEAMER. 



,.H. D TbomDaon 

Olara Surr 

I#oo MoCArthy 

....Onria Maiheara 

Mat Kallr 

..(.'arrie Chapman 
.. Magiria Kniffht 
.KageoieGerretta 

..Minnie Fillmore 

Tommy Bree 

B.d MontAAoe 

...l.*ton Samxella 
...MaKttie Brawar 
Carrie Armitrong 
MAy Leroy 



y CANDIED 



UNION 
LNSURAXCE COMPANY, 

OF SAW FRANCISCO. 



Till: K<r.«««l«T WIIHH WAN 
l«*«*4 fcF Ihl. C««p»njr to provide for 
IO.K. I«.rtrt bjr ikr SBUT CHI- 
CAGO rilE, hmm sow been paid In fall. 

rolB lll'MIIICD ADD FIFTT 
TaoHAID nol.MH h»« tea n- 
"Hied for irtt'i-nir.l of Cbteag* Iomcm. 
Mkkb kiftbrrn ndjaatod proojpily % a d 
■•I1DOLL1I mi DOLLAR. 

It I. toe policy «r tl>l. C.opny to 
Moot all of It. okllcattona UO.VOSA. 
BLT, ud IC ooll.lt. th« putroaace of 
lie pobllc who ae.lrc to In.urc where 
taoroaa olitola aill.lO SEC 17 KIT V and 
TAIal DIlLISe. 

PR1.1CIPAL OtSlVB: 

416 and 418 California street. 



CCaTATr: TOK HARD Pmldcnt 

». S. KITTLE Vice President 

ClIAm.E* D. HAVEX Unreliir! 

lallm 



-0M 



ift^'i 



FOTJNT* ! 

rjURlSfi L»8T WEBK. A PLAOE WHgRE 
■*^ all Drloka an lOc. aod of tb. belt qtialltr : 
alaj, tb. plaM to «f. in bait Hot Sootca Paocb. 
Tom and Jarrf, or mind drioka. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

....AT TaUt.... 

"BOT BOOTOB," 

IC MORTON STREET (o.ar Inn, ). 
d.litl FtLWlAS.V aft HBIQUS. 



THEaihi KOTI68ERIE. 

•X3 DDPoat at., one door aonta of Maaa. 
attaa V~-j X. MAROUASD LATC OF TBI 
*a*^AAy' Rotiaaari. Raauoraot" of theT/aloa 

^afaa^ Oleb Proori.tor.-Tb. TablM pteii 
dad trim an tap Polloaoto. o( tne laaaoa. 

atrOtt>T»R» I,, rvKRT mu. Maeet 



JOHN E. IUMSDEN, 
gA^.tai&Vrlt. 1 . 



^^^■Tfreeaoallaaruof tb. ciu. aol7ml 




I'lJNTTiJ 



BUSINESS 

SUITS, 



$30! 



$30! 



LMCaSTER, 625 WaSHINCTON STREET 

d«"' Opp. Maatcolre'a Opera llnnae. [Im 



Spectacles my Specialty! 

OPTXClAIf, 
W»S Uonljoaitrr <itre«t, Baua Uloeau 

J oJS ti ban Pranotaoo. 



REMOVAIi. 

ft 10 nnr. T ° *- n v pkrson 

"* iM*y UU * w « to ayoai M ME , 
SCHWORER, Irofesaor of Grtet 
Myat«riee Sua corea aicknesa after 
recoTary t a bopel t .*«-, « D d pi-re. cor-' 
reef information on it 1 ! affair* of lif*>. 
Prof. 8. ha^ I rural iim hie Taliaaiaoa for 
lo»e, eood lock, and al-o feefos your 'intended. 
Fee,*lHndnpWard. Offioa. No. 8t*!J WaBbington 
tanc-a, beta-^r a Mtockton and Dupoot. below ihe 
lh "-t timeaply. j 44 t f 




Oburih, foraabo 



A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR SAXaS. 

OLD ESTABLISHED. AND DOING A GOOD 
aJnsintBi. aa tlie I'ooka will mow, tta&aou for 
aelHng. tbe proprietor hut, otbor ongacemonta that 
he ha* to fnlfll. 
■«»-Applyat Figaro Offloa. jatttf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

MQ THIRD 8TRFET. NEAR 

A**n»Howard. Three «j.UA.e French 

Diibei-.'iiiceatA. To* Cbt-fcpe-t and 

Boat Reataaran tin tbe city. Partiea 

roomioe in tbe neTghboroood wil|a_ 

flad tbia bouao comfortAble and quiet- jt8 lm 



.fe. 



£. PARDINI, 

NO. 7-BB WARULNGTON 8TRKET, £±>m . 
(above tbe Plaaa), Sad FrancUco. fl)Hf 
BaotAAnd Sboea made to order in tbeVHl 
beet yreocnatyl,._TD« hm r*»-tv inadof ^^_ 
alwAj a on cad a . a „£ s m »^» 



'C6DEMIC PARISIERNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

Xi«OR YOl'Nrc LADIRH, OONDUOTETJ BY 
t! HUE. P0R3T.B. SI« sate." alXJt . a«r 

LeATepwor^b, 8>.o FrAOCiaco. jt4 2w 



MADAME WROY 

LIAR JUST UKf'FIVED PIIOU PA8I9 Alt 
II 'iemnt loa m H l ioac <-f Benaou apd Roaod 
aoalaoHaa Itta ladle af aeoa Uat. tTeZll 
" taen, at no. a.SS BU.H STKPJ — 




STAPLETON, HATTER, 

dei-ij 121 KEAKSY STREET. [lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 

619 t'LAV STREET. 

*»- A. DlTltlend, fr.c of Pedernt Tax, 

of Ten per cant., per aooam on all depoait for the 
alx month* ending December 31st IK, I, has beeo de- 
clared, peyahle immediately. By order of the 
Board of Directors. 
jal0'2w CYRUS W. OARMANY. Secretary 



BEWARE! 

CITIZENS AND STRANGRRS ARE HEREBY 
ooiined to avoid ib.t. "ono borse atot." At 

No 3 Second Street, 

commODlv called tb. 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of the prnper Aothontiei. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTKT. PEBBLE SPECTA- 
CLES. 
Fine Gold-mounted EV E ULASSKS. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed Pt. wboi-"a,\le 
pricoa, raDmnf, from $1(1. *J2,W, frlfi. Good Plain 
Optra GlftiMea told from $5. $6. ?7 50. 

C. MULLKR, Optlclun, 

ao.1 HonlKomtry street, 
del2 .Rnafl House Block. Sao Fr&no 



Or. Zei.e's New Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

Ao. &<8 I'uclflc atreet. 

T'HE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES- 
Ubliehment of the kind, either fo Europe or 
America. Convenient nod icparate apartment*, 
Batbiog by Steam, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicated Waters. Suites of rooma In the earns 
building for private pattente. 



FIRST, IANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 



BOOTS I 
BOOTS ! 



8HOES! 
SHOES! 



ASTROLOGY. 

DR JOHN ROLL. THE MOST W0N-.4-e. 
derfnl Fortnue Teller io the world, can jL/ 
be found at ffo. ai*.» Paoifie atreet, between • * 
Stockton and Powell fie neea All kit-da of witch- 
ctaft. on roe All diaaa aa a And epelle. caneea love, ro- 
te rna tayfbicE .b.it laloat, atolbn, Dr run away, and 
eoreedraokArda from drinking He will give lore 
And luck to All who want it. Don't forget to call 
and ee» him. J* 13 Iro 



MMB. CARTER OLAIRYOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John aire**, cue 
door from Powell, bet.PaclHg And 
Jack-on, paja Dartioolar attention to 
locating Miuer, and can bacon. u!t*d 



oonaalted by leUer or lock ot hair. 




D. MEKTtKS-S BED LION 
SALOON, 819 Commercial at., 
bet. BatUry ai<d Fronr, where be 
will e«rv« » HOT LUNOH be- 
tween the hours of U and 1 p.m. ; 

ilaoihechoioeat Wioea and L(q- 

D Ala and Porta r aiwaya on drangbt. 



FOR THIRTY DAYS OALY, 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THPM- 
aelveB ot this opportunity, and purchase their 
atock of EuUT-a And bHUnS for the rainy seaeon. 

At Elae- 

LADIES' WEAK. Kolan'e where 

French Kid Button Boots $* '0 f7 On 

French Kid Seollop-top Boota...., .... J ,% 4 flO 

French Fox Huitoo Boot-, only 3 11(1 4 «) 

French Uulf Dresn Boore, high cut.... 'I .15 9 fti 

He-vvv Kid Boots for Winter near 2 W 4 50 

Kid Fox Soollop ViAinp Balmorala 1 75 3 till 

Kid Fox Balmorals, only 1 ffl % W 

Kid For Double Sole Bal morula 1 '?> 3 00 

Extra. High Cut Calf Boots, only 2 HO a SO 

English Luetioe Gaiter*. Double Sole. \V\ 2 00 

Kid Slli.oBM.SI; Mne Frrnoh Kid.. . , 1 .W 2 10 

Mines' K'd Button Boots '» SO 3 BO 

MtseeH* D'ble bole Kid Fox Balmorals 1 75 2 50 

Misaua'Donblo SoleCaif Shoec 1 (W '2 00 

Ohil«ir.'n'aFinet;a)f Shona, only i 25 1 T.l 

Children's Best Double Outton Boots. 1 78 2 .Ml 

nhildren'a (Sowed Top pehblo Goat.... 125 a 00 
Obildren'e Copper- Tyf, 1j>. ; Screwed 

Ualf 1 O'l 1 M 

Infants' Shoe*, 15c ., 35c., 50c. and 75 

Gents' French Onlf HAnd-SewedCas- Z~ 

tom-made BooM A 01) 10 00 

Oonte' Fiench Sorew-irl Bnow 5(111 7 IHI 

Gents'Tap Sole Screwed Boot* 5 DO 7 50 

Gents' Calf Pegged Booim, only 2 50 4 ID 

Gente' Kip Boots, tJ2, »2 50 and 3 00 4 50 

Geota* Doable Solo Screwed Boot*.... 3 50 5 UO 
OonjA'GongreBa Gaiters, $1 and *1 60; 

Sewed 3 00 3 00 

Gente' Rubber Boots. ODly.... 4 00 fi 50 

Genta' French Screwed Gutters 3 50 5 00 

Gente' Brognna, SI 25, $1 50; aorewed. 2 tK» [« <>' 

Geats' Scr«w e d Oxford Tiee 2 00 3 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, *1 50 ; Oxf'd Tics 1 75 2 50 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

No*. 11 nod Sit Third atrt-et. 

•9-Don't foigtt tbe place, first Shoe Store from 
o'ftrkfjt street. Nucleus Building. d*29 tf 



F. PYAT»8 

ETJMAK ' | 

HAIR 

STORE,". 

•*« 1 Kearny .treet.; 

WUOLKSALE AND BETAIU 
a»-X. B.-Wlaa b<red lor Tbaatrical parpoaM 
■ad Maaq.arad. Bella. d* 1" 




QUINCY HALL 

CI o thin .tr .Emporium, 

C4,*> and 549 Washington atreet, 

SAN FRANOISOO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS-]] 
made of tbe best materials And fitted 
Klf made to order, at Diioes ranging j 
jm 

$1(5 to 84(5. 
Geata' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiei.. 
Trunks, Valises, Traveling Satchels, etc., on sale 
at. the lowetc piices. esrOall and he ronvinced. 
P. F. uouuiTAitDT. [ de4 tro ] T. o. Dlt-rr. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS! 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

Grands and XJpright»3, 

A. BORD, Part,, jaat reoaiaed, 

FBOH S^OO TO «80W XTWARM, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE 'MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery atreet, near Howard. 
Also, a larte assortment, of Sheet Mnslo, Hnatoa 
Iu-t rurutnt*. Kancy Goodg, etc. de!5 tjal 



- 






57:) 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONP, TBfPOHTER AND DEALER IN 
Parl-ian Ladiee' Underwear. FRENCH OOH- 
SKTS of all prices and qnalllies, ready mid-aod 
to order. No. 681 SAUKAMK.\TO STREET, 
below Ksarny. Jal lm 



P. LIESENFEXD, 

1 MANGFAOTURER 9FBIL- 
liard Tables, fill MARKET 
STREET, below Second, 8an 
Francfaco. Sole Agent for Phe- 
lao A Collender's PaUnt Billiard Tr-bles and New 
Improved lEtufeka IVJlraf OoAhlona, Patented " 






TO GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE, PER- 
■— fectly-fitting Coatbcilt, a Gentleman should 



go to G. B. DAVIS. Fashionable Tailor, SOT 
KeAroy street, near California, sol tf 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO .J. 
all tbe affair* of life be sore and consult -/■! 
PROCESSOR DA115T, the tnwit popular of XT 
AeUologere, »t No. •»! Qedllonata >tt— t, ibors 






♦ » 



BO<3A.m3'0' s 



32 *.r«»»nt 8t. Md 434 Wuiinjx™ B: 



TOEBDA Y JASPABI 16. 1872 

(IIARO ON THt CAIA. PACIFIC RAILROAD. 
rioABO 1. ll..r.M>lI dl.lrlb.ttd er. 
or d«»o« lhe»nof the C»ll«o">l« <"» 
. 10> B^lrood. !»«« Mw.tIII. for 
V.ll«l> "d ■»» FrMcUe. .1 1 oel.ek 
'• ■• 

FIBARO DM THEJUHLANO BOATS. 

aj#0 '• ru»rof" *re dl.trlbnt«d oft the 
Oakland Perry boat, every ««terooo». 
■ »etly «■»"* the pa»«ee*er» urrf.ln« by 
t • • ireut Orerlaad Truln. 

FIBARO ON THEJALUJO BOAT. 

MO "Plsaro*" are distributed every 
day bcdobs the puteaien an the Steamer 
Capital, on her afleraaao trip from 
Vnllelo to thl. city. 



A R«r«latUn Ab >nt Chewing Gam. 

The lollowins, clipped from an exchange, 
will be of interest to many who cannot find 
aumsient employment for their masticators 
at the table: 

"Cbawiag-gnm is made at Fodack, Haasa- 
onuaetia, of gom arable, rosin, and coarse fat 
Any kind of fat even that of dead dogi, ia 
used in the manufacture; aad, when all the 
iDgredients are placed in boiling kettles, 
small quantity of the moet nauseous liquid 
foam is pat in to whiten the gom." 

«•>— 

Imparlance of Puncination 

A certain grocer on Washington street, 
Peoria, Illinois, has a placard neir the door, 
on which is printed in large letters, "N O 
Molasses." Two men driving down the 
street the other day, one of them holding a 
jng, was heird to exclaim, "There is no nse 
going there Bill, for don't yon see tbat sign 
says they hain't got any molasses.'' 

Blera That Girl: 

A Louisville eirl came blaahing into the 
parlor the other night and told her father, 
when he noticed her bloom that she had been 
enjoying unseen happiness. The old gentle- 
man thought she had been praying, and was 
glad as he is a pious man; but instead the 
wicked law had been kissed by her lover in 
the nnlight ed hall. 

Who Can Say! 

A Teacher in one of oar Sunday Schools 
recently asked one of her scholars, a promis- 
ing six-year-sld, if dogs had souls, and. was 
answerd in the affirmative. Ou inqaimg 
farther, where their souls went after death, 
the yoang hopeful replied: "To the dog 

star." 

-♦ 

*' Seven Otirt.*' 

'■If Ever ICeaaeto Love," and "The Drum 
Major" — the three songs for 10 cent* at yl2 
Kearny street, bet. Jackaon anl Pacific. p 



V»ry Coo. for tin .sr- 

*OA D« TrTthe Kew York Mercury has I Some editor who we will undertake to say 
' i.-,^'- j keeps his wife pretiy well down— if he doe 

Eiitors and Printersmeet with aomeqoeer not beat her says: 

„ .»,, .y«.i a „r ,hn.meD Oce i Neither God nor nun expectaa wife to 
cues among tbe amateur showmen, um j brutally; but a wotnao. who. tind- 

day there rusbadmW the composingroom^f ingaerst _. .■ ,:rr husband or dL 



But so Sewiso Machins until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. StJFLES, Aget t, 27 New 
Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building. 



Airs. C Cooli, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 519 Montgomery 
Street, San Francisco. i 

A. Word iu Strangeii, 

Tho bast and cheapest restaurant In tbe city 
la the Delmonlco Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cook* and the best of every 
thing in tbe market are to belound. K 



the Charleston Daily Conner, a batternut- 
clad Georgian, panting fo' breath from rap- 
idly rnnning up the stairs. The "swamp- 
seed" old man bore in his hand a roll of M.SS 
as bulky as a copy of the constitution of the 
the city by-taws, which he thrust toward the 
foreman exclaiming: 

I want this printed out. I'm in a hurry, 
and can't stop to read it; but it is all written 
there," at the same time unrolltDg the piper 
fully a yard in leogtb, and clearly written. 

*,Yon see." he continued, "I'm in a hurry 
to take the kears, and I can't stop now, but, I 
want you to write me up to Pork Hill how 
much you charge for ten; how muchf.r* 
hundred and how much if I take s thous- 
and— " 

"Bat ,— " interrupted the foreman. 

"Well yoa see," continued the voluble am- 
ateur showmen, "I'm in such a hurry that I 
cin't stop long; but B'ppoain you just take 
and sling me off a dozen of them programmes 

"But yon see we have to set np," expostu- 
lated the printer. 

"Oh, you need not set up!'' remarked the 
Georgia cracker— "don.t you break your rest 
on my account — " 

-But I couldn't put it to press to-day," 
. "Oh, no I wouldn't press ye: ' 

"The fact is we are full," again interrupted 
the foreman. 

■■Well, I'm rather full myself— jest eat my 
full of pliintaiu turkey and fixings at tbe 
Pavilion — " 

"We have so much to do," added the fore- 
man. 

"Well, so've I," ran on tbe voluble South- 
ron -What with running my show up on the 
Oeorgy road; getting in cotton and corn. 
I show at Randall's Cross Roads to morrow 
night. Come up and see me — a strictly mor- 
ii sbow; patronized by the first families; de- 
signed to please all classes, tbe reined sad 
tbe iuterlectoral of every com mo on ty." 

"What is the style of your entertainment?" 
asked a "jour** standing by. 

■Well, you Bee to catch all classes, it is a 
little mixed, and I have to give two titles 
" The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.'' and, tbe 
■'Bombardment of Port Sumpter." 

If this was not strictly true, I should con- 
sider it too profane to put on record; bor, 
perhaps it is no more sacrilegeous tban a 
thousand and one Sunday-School anecdotes 
in print. 

With' an injunction to print ten or a dozen 
and stating that h* would be back in about 
fifteen minutes, the would-be showman 
rushed down the stairs iu a perspiration, and 
burst aronnd the corner to purchase a couple 
pounds of candles, with which tofilluminate 
his great Moral Show. 

The Chlnaae Way. 

When the celebrated Manager Bonn took 
his star company to Hongkong for the first 
time he had a little trouble with an actor. 
On the opening night his leading tragedian 
got drunk, as leading tragedians will and 
interrupted the performance. Manager 
Bunn Btepped to the footlights, which were 
Chinese lanterns, and beckoned in the effi- 
cient police. When the difficulty was ex- 
plained through an interpreter, to Minager 
Bunn's intense astonishment the drunken 
tragedian was thrown down and his head 
sawed off in about two minutes. Bonn 
writing home about the affair, expressed his 
regret that he did not know the customs of 
tbe country, so that he could have put this 
thrilling incident in tbe bills and so eecured 
an overflowing house. 



appointed iu him. yet tikes up tbeeio.**. and 
fitting her shoulder* to M bears it in nilouce 
to ber life'f end, has joys that ihe world 
Knows not of and reaches tbu highest type 
of womanhood. 

Oh, yes, that woman is awfully joily. Her 
joys are unspeakable. We like tbat phrase, 
"out-growing her husband" — a gentle eu- 
phemism for out-growing his liking. Those 
meek women have a happy time of it. Their 
husbands talk to them affectionately 3ome- 
hing like this : "Why do you go snivel- 
ling round tbe house in that style? Why 
don't you say something? I know what you 
mean by y»ur meek uncomplaining, you 
mean I'm a brate! Why don': you die? d— n 
too. Then this 'highest type of womanhood' 
replies, "I don't know George," shoulders 
her cross and lugs it up into her bedroom; 
then takes it into the kitchen and finally the 
husband, to see if she has any 'ee'iogm I ts 
her over tbe head with a bootjack. 



Sickles and Bit Bride. 

[From the Olacinaati Eoqalrer, Deo. 26.] 
General Sickles has a penchant for Kreign , 
wives. His first unhappy mate was an 
Italian, and now he has taken unto himself ■ 
a Spanish bride, Senorita Carolina Guerrero, , 
better known by the name of de Cree-gb.her 
mother's name uy a second marriage. A niend ] 
in Washington writes: 

What U there in a nam?? The troth about 
Dan Sickles' bride is, she is the daugbrer of 
a poor Spanish widow, who, to belter her 
fortunes. married a rich Scotch traier by ihe 
name of Joseph Craig. He won a sort of 
commerciil traveller, aud alter he bad made 
a snug fortune out of toe dons of Cadiz 
dropped the "ph" and tacked a "tie" atii 
double' ee" to his name, and o«me m Madrid a 
Spanish senur. It is a way nut uncommon 
to Americans when cbey 90 abroad, and 
ngb; here in the republican metropolis there 
are plenty of names so Frenchified and Teu- 
tonicked that the first bearers thereof will 
never answer to them when at the 
Diy of Judgment their nacieB are called. If 
Mme. de Creeagh Siciloa, an Gcerrtro, hta 
a taste for anatumy ebe can ficd a pleasant 
study in the Army Med.cai Museam. Among 
the gunshot wound.-, iu a case nearly under 
tbe sky-light, is all tbat is left of wnat wes 
once the tuther, nigh stepping, shapely 
1 sg of ber husband . 

A Novel ( - ftiimnr. 



r*ew Furnlsang Goods, 
Cheap, at tbe What Cheer Laundry. 



It 1>* Perfectly Astonlshlnpr 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at tbe What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.m. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. ______ 

Washing: Returned In One Day 
And we Dover disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade In California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Ccrrille, of the 
£„dle Bock, 410 Pino street, furnishes from 
his own oyster beds at 3an Bruno millions of 
oy r «ers to all parts of the Paciac Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame wbicn 
has extended all over the continent, and tho 
" Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. q 



"May it please your Honor," exclaimed a 
juryman, "I am deaf in one ear." "Then 
you may be excused, as it is necessary for a 
juror to hear both sides," said the Judge. 



_ Pleasant Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alha rubra, 
and inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv una one and is wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Saaiagea. 

a wall-made richly seasoned sausage, is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none but Bunker's 
Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. p 



Dr. Boarae'a Electric Bat— a. 

Established is 1SS2, now conducted by Br. Mc- 
Sparrev, are recommended by all physician* as tbe 
beat medicinal bains on ihe Coast. 10 Peal street, 

Masonic remote-. * 



Ease and Luxury, 

We overheard a lady say tb e other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence — 
Juet like what they send you from the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. Tbe Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carnages in the State. 
There Is a private carriage or coupee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor sboppiag and or- 
dinary calls and tor the theatre and opera; tne 
Landaus and splendid six-seat Bockaways lor 
drives on tbe road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of theae at tbe Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Bouton. or at tbe stabler, 
101C Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. o 

Elegant Freaenta for the Holiday*. 

Economy is woalth. H*in A Pollard have S^/OO 
too macii atock on band, nicb. moat be sold dur- 
ing the Holiday season, and to ins are the desired 
reaalt will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Watches. Chains. JewAlry and Silverware 
at maaotaetarers' prices. Their old customers 
will please recollect that their new store la at tio. 
7 Kearny street- FIB 

Fire Caps, Fronts and Belts, 

Manufactured by J. H. WrxsoM, 213 Dramni 
street, between Clay and Washington. b 



A Thoa > Th , * ul Thief. 

Night before last, or, rather yesterday 
morning, some well well-po3ted and calcula- 
ting thief, entered the sleeping apartment of 
Charley BrookB, on B street, near Union 
and while he was soundly snoozing, went 
through his pantaloons. The thief got 1 
in coin, and very considerately left on the 
washstand £1.72 for Charley's use. Charley 
says the thief must have been a person who 
had his habit down to a fine point, as the 
money left upon the stand was just exactly 
what he would require for morning use, viz: 
cocktail 25 cents, shave 22; bootblacking, 55; 
breakfast 75; cigar, 25 cents. In all amount- 
ing to exactly tbe sum left for his use.— Terri- 
torial Enterprise: 

A Wise Fatner. 

The following anecdote is told of the fa- 
mous Prince of Conde. He left his son sged 
nine vears, fifty louis d'or to spend while he, 
himself, was absent in Paris. On his return 
the boy came to him triumphantly, saying 
"Papa, here is all tbe money safe; I have 
never touched it once." 

The Prince, without making any reply, 
took his son to the window, and quietly 
emptied all the money into the street. Then 
he said: "If yon have neither virtue enough 
to give away your money, nor spirit to spend: 
it, always do this for thefature, that the poor 
may have a chance of it." 



"Vr* ficd th* fcliowinn to. ths S»n Dfezo Talon 
of tie 31st uttlmo: The o-remony of ciioos 
Ing compadre-i Ud 1 ilie coni;n^ year 

—a custom peculiar to the peop e of Spain and 
Mrxico — Into be perf ormeo upon the advent of 
tbe new year by some of tbe Janes of tbie city. 
The custom Is an • Id one. and its origin dates 
back many years. Tne manntr of its perform- 
ance la as foiIOWH: 

The nances of ladies and gentlemen xnown 
to be mutually acqubicted &r*i written upon 
slips of paper and deposited In haU. tne 
name of a lady btii g urawa slmultan«ousty 
from one hat with tbat of a gentleman from 
another, the two whose nam en ar* thus 
drawn to bs oorr.padra and cvmadrcs to 
each other for tbe year. The obligations ic- 
curred toward each otasr by the relationship 
are very »:mp.f. Tbe geitlsinan is to bs the 
e-cort of trie lady on any and every occasion 
that Ehe may desire; and t-be. in turn, must con- 
sider herself engaged for any and every enter- 
tainment which he m*y w-.-o to attt-nl. Of 
course, tbe relationship can be dissolved by mu- 
tual consent, either temporarily or perman a n - 
ly, during the period for wbicn toe -^g-ee^ent 
is made. , Tbe custom is an a/reeabie one in 
thiB particular, that it jn^ur^B t"> b -th 1-tly and 
gentleman an escort orcompsntoo, tbos doing 
away witb the dis 'grsraolc lnc:dents whin 
sometimes oc:ur tbrough not having partners 
for an entertainment, and it aEuo securea to 
toe lady having a <y>7np.idr; the positive cer- 
tainty of having tome one to dance w,th at 
every ball. 

Tne Stylish fcdax Store 

The reason why the establishment at No, 617 
Washington street is called "The" Bat Stobz 
is because, for the style of its hats and tbe 
moderation of Its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Go to -'The" Hat Stohe. 647 Washing. 
ton street (the second hat store below Kearny), 
and examine tbe lar^e stock of the latest styles 
of bats. s 



All persons in want of Furnishing Good should 
make a note (bat at Segutn & Czablebois's, 706 
and 703 ^lontgomery street, can ba found tbe 
largest and cheapest assortment of goods in tbat 
lice In Ue city. Stir slurts of tbe best quality 
for SI £0; woolen overshirts. drawers, under- 
shirts, half-hose, handkerchiefs, at p-lces below 
trie lowest In tbe city. 706 and 703 Montgomery 
street, one door from Washington, east side, z 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

Tbe agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sour.mash stimulant — so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— is at No. 003 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, Ko. 306 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the -'Old Style" Bourbon— it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. s 



Matte Yourself at Home. 
Ton can make yourself perfectly at home, in 
The Parlor" kept by Harry Corbyn, whom 
everyone In the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
£>. It. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. A cosy place for Winter nights. 
Pool and billiards. Clam chowder ill nigbt. e 



Theverr finest Photographs to be had only 
at Selleck & Fishze's, 415 Montgomery street. 
Priots reduced. t 

OOO Pairs ot Sock-,, 
At all prices,!", tie What Oheer Laundry. * 

A. Timely Present, 

At this feative season, a dozen of Sqaarza's ex- 
quisitely fiavorea punches form a most appropriate 
present. Tbe egg nog punch saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded witb graat skill. Hi* 
tamoas symposium is at 2>J Liedesdorff. and is pre- 
sided over by A.. Bona, bis worihv successor, c 

JPosl lively 

Those fine goods, Watches aito Jewelry, at 
S06 Market street, are being sold daily at ket 
cost. The stock will be closed out. p 



Bialce Tour Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls with pleasant pictures 
In beautiful frames. W. A. Eollmteb, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker, 6t0 Washington street, Just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, traus- 
fc-m tli* dullest looking room into a bright, 
Cheerful b idoir. a 



Undo- tlio Occidental Hotel, 
.ornery street, at the store of Ander- 
son t Baodolph. you can buy watches. Jewelry, 
silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qual- 
ty, and at the lo west pri ces. x 

To tfa© TJri-fortuate. 

Dr. Gr n'a Dispensary, So. 633 Kearny 
Street, co;:.er of Commerciil, Ban Francisco, 
Private entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished in 1854. for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will mase 
■sooharge unlessSe enacts a;cure. • 



Tne rfewest Publications. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomis. at the southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome streets, on the" way 
to the post-office, ts agent for all tbe chief 
American and g"flHfch msgaxlnes and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers Immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mall. x 



Lever Suckle Suspenders, 

At SI per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where—at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Tne New Remedy. 

For reetoring the hair and cleansing the scalpr 
nse Kiskead'e aage-bnuh hair tonic and care fo 
baldcees. It will check the hair from tailing out 
To be bad of the agent, Jas. H. Gates. Drojctist 
cor. Kew Montgomery and Howard streets and all 
druggists. See that U M. Kinkead. Elko Nov., Is 
on each wrapper. e 

Laales' "Visiting; Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
Johs P. Dwykb, fashionable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. 



Sorton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy the appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under tbe name of Orton's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See tnat tbe name 
:f Hns b Schmidt. 635 Commercial st_ is on the 
■Tapper. Huo ts. Mraan, successors so r.i. 
Beuly, Agents. » 

Rents Collected 

By the Heal Estate Associates, 108 Mont- 
gomery street, above California. 



Hotase, Sljrn and Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
tiadsby, 585 Market, near Second. u 



If Yon want Good Beef. 

Go to Stall 60. 61 and 62. California Market 
first stall on Puue street side. o 



Sas Fbaxcisco Stall.— Nos, 60 and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash lees than 
any other place in the city. a 



Rheumatism, Vtiti.ral*?la, Colds 

And all similar inflictions speedily and surely 
Oared at Dr. Bourne's Electrical Baths, 10 Post 
street. Masonic Temple. o 

For Washing 
Shirts, $1 50 per doz.; small pieces, 60c. per 

doa At the What Cheer Laundry, • 




h T, BRYANT & STRAT'ON " ^jm 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

- 2 4 POST ST. — 
^SAN FBAHCISCOl 

'■'HE LARGEST AND THK BK5T BUMKBb 
1 COLLEtiK ■ n the Oaat. It educait-a tboi 
oughly fur Ku^iBP^fl. Pt-rsnne ol bo'b sexes ao 
ot alfagea admitted. Preparatory De^artmeot 
lor CQo&e c * Q ted fnr Bnaine'a Course. Overt! 
Tiupila now io atteadaoc^. S"idenf« csn com 
m"-n<-- j* an > iis» •. Tbe public are i - vit*d to via 
tbis Collage. Cati'.cg-joa aeol i"7ad>ir*sMri 



d*u ts 



E. p. UEALD. 
President Basineae college, 
Sah Francisco. 



r PRICE tlvlTS 

\S IMMEDliTi: AM) PEUH1 
neat Care lor COroH*. COLM 
ASTHMA, BH05CHITIS, C'BOVP 
I.NFlVi: F.I\Z.A, CATABSU, LOSS Ol 
VOICE. Iaclplent Con»nicptlon, aad at 
Dlie:i»«« of the. Throat and Loaa*. A»l 
for the California Polaonury Balaam 
aad lake no other. 
89* Sold by all Drn K ui.. 

J. E. GATES A CO., 

Proprietors* 
Cor. Saosome and Commercial a'.e. 
jalO tf 



For the very best pnogmphs go to Bradley b 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed on Bun- 
day. • 

Best) Quality of D.^skln 
Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 

Cheer Laundry _ 

Reduced -Prices. 

Guerin & Son, prize boot and shoe makers, 
327 and 329 Bash street. Mast sell $35,000 
worth of boots and shoeg within 60 days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

Since the Great Bednctlon 

In prices at Guerin k 8on's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has been crowded with cua" 
omers. Call and see them. 3:7 and 323 Bush 



Tbe beat selected and greatest variety of Sngar 
Toys and Fancy Boxes at the most reaeonabla 
prices, at J. Vogeley A Bros.. Oandy Manufactory, 
i:H Kearny at-, hear Sutter, and K second st £ 



LT. A. Ca!lenrler, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 63 Second street 
cor. Mission St. Jewelry of alt kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. u 



A New Thins In Oysters. 

Joe Giusta, 105 California Market, fron'.inz 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oys- 
ters at gentlemen's residences at any hour re- 
quested on Sunday mornings. Leave orders 
and get Glusti's fresh opened oysters to eat on 4 
bundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklaces, Brooohea, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Oases, etc., of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. Yon will find a large 
stock of it at A. Hirschmao'a Jowelry tstora, 1-2 
Kearny stress, between butterand Post. G 



Don't wait, but go before the rush to buy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Hue & 
Co's, No. 20 Kearny s'.raet. He has the nnebt 
supply in the city. y 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Pacific Stone Company. 

RBMOVAIi. 

THIS COMPANY HAVE BEMOVED FROM 
tbeir old camping groasd, corner of Turk ftod 
Ljrkin, to tb.ir new sdj commodious works. 

CORNER OF GREENWICH ANO 0GTAVIA. 

They have established an Office and Saiesyard at 

The Junction of Market and Bunk, 

Where they will fc-eo constantivon band an assort- 
ment of ORiN'iMt.Vi.AL, BUILDING. OEM£. 
TERY and GRINDSTONES. Ineir Stone, man- 
ufactured under tbe 

RANSOME PATENT, 

Has received the bitrbeat Dnite from all the sci- 
entific and practical men of note. Order* will be 
received at tne aboTe office f 'fro al' who wish to 
get good work at low pricas. Call and examine. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 



1 



Watches. 

The finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for rale in this city is 
offered by J. W. Tcceeh & Co- Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz. Amethyst. Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl and Etruscan Bets, etc, all cf 
which will be sold at the very.lowest prieeB, 



MANUFACTURER J 

— ■iSD- 

K£ P A I K EK, 

—or— 

DRUMS, BiKJOS, 

— ASO— 
OTHER MTJSIC Ar, IXSTBCMEMS. 

ESTABLISHED IN 186S. 

■S^LeeaoBS gi»en on the E-iejo and Druan. 543 
MISSION STrtEET, between First acd Second 

N. B.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjss for Pro- 
feeaionala always on hand. jal5 if 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

Ho. 8S)7 KrARNT STREET, 
AkIWOISTKO THE WEED SsrWTya HiCBCZ SXOBE. 

GENTLFMEN*S SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 
and dLa Enaranteed. Oar repntattoD tor 
mul-idg PEHFJEt'T-riTT I Vft SHIRTS 
to order is well knoire. Genu' FarmaiunK Goods 
at the lowest rata. ir^ tf 




CAUF9RKIAJESTAURAM 

NOS. BIO, 01« AND --14 MONT 
gomery straot, near Uercbastv- 
u&diru' baioon connected with tbe Boa 
Kaazmnt. 

Bill ot Ir^ar-e. 

Ic« Cream or Coffee FRKE U 

any |icr*ui Spending Sjc. 

Seap. witb Fisb or Rroaata l\c 

Two Es£* 1&C 

Thr« Z'srz* SOe 

Smelts or Salmon, with Coffee 15o 

Steaka or Onopa, with Tea or Coffee. ..Ifio 

Sirloin Steaa. do Sue 

Fresh Oye^rs, Raw or Stewed. l5o 

Bottle of White Wine 10c 

Bottle of Olaret Wiae or Beer 15o 

Pies, Padding or Cake Ee 

Oat Heal, Mush or Cracked Wheat 5o 

Ooff^e. Tea, Ohocolate. or a OUas of 

White or riaret Wine .^c 

del-t? JOHN REGAN. Proprietor 

THE GUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF ! MONSTER SEA LICNI! 

APIETIZIHG BREAKFASTS, IU5CHSC 
DINNEES AMD STJFPEES. 

BRING TOrR WIFE! 

BRING TOIR FAMILT! 

BRING lOl'B LAUlf FRIE.MMl 

And enjayav-ewof the FINEST OCEAN PA50' 

f.A^iA IN THE WOtti-D. all in sight ut 

tne wcrld-renownud 

Golden Gate, 

With a2»et of waite-winged messengera estenos 
nam BVs.-y part ol the commerce world. 

**- ;;sw Lio-3 Boisen, connecting with Strtal 
OarB a- Laoa Monntam cTcr, \h n.iuutea nervate. 
fortbeUHff llonte. Fare i> cents. 

j. c. COMBES, 
"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehumn ilreeu 

•9~ TerraniD constantly on taal 
Oraters in evarr style. PRIVAH 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PABTHBv 
mb21 lro 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 Fine Street, above Montgomery 

Terrapin Sste-^vs 

WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS 

Famines and Parties supplied to order. ool5 

GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IX OYSTERS. CLAMS 
aodall kinds of SHELL FISH. 
Sulla Noa. 40, 41, IS, California 
Market, entrance on California street 

Pnblic or private parries and famitie* supplied 
from 1. a.m. to li P. m. Ladies' and Gentleman's 
Or*tfr Koom opeo from 6 a.sl to 12 P.M. del33w 

S0D4 AND SELTZER WATER! 

713 Uroudwar. 




PRICES 
REDUCED 



The Steam Sod) 
WorLa have ■"«■ 
J need the price] 
from 81 5B to 

50c. per Doz. 




EiToTTC Seeds ; 



....AND 



PLANTS. 



JUST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NET) 
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in Ann beautiful and instruot- 

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PublloDAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL, 
018 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

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Mechanics' Fair. SI 1 Oearv street. en'J 3m 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE, 

■ACBAMFATO. 
Mr. Joi. Proctor.... Lesaee and Mnnnecr 

THE SECOND DRAMATIC SEASON UNDER 
the present manacement commenced on the 
lhth September, and during the ocoaaional visits 
of the company to San Jose, Stockton aod Marys- 
til'e. 
The Theatre cam be Rented by Flret- 
rluaa Kntcrtiitnoienta. 
by application to THOS. BAKER, Eeq.,at Hastv 
fngs & Oo'a Banking Uoane. corner of Second and 
J streets, Saoramento, or to JOSEPH PROCTOR, 
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PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

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THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RE- 
decorated, and aan be rented by the night or 
by the week. Stars and traveling companies 
liberally treatod with on application by letter 
JOHN FIPRB, 
noXTtf Manager and sole Proprietor. 



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WEDKESDAT JASCAKY IT. 1JT2 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Aihtmbra Th»ni"- 

Al'^hoatdtniocd thePreneh Jarcuare scffi- 
E ntb wll to enjoy Freccc Ope'* booffe, ^<re de- 
ljthted wilh |hep«f>MjwM pf T** Foricbo'e,*' 
, t Micc-rt'B Opera Houso. Kosritfa piAentad 
In English at the Alb*mbr» Theatre, with lbs won- 
derful 1>od is tl-»» ot SID*, and L d«io Kelly asd 
ao •da.Irahlf' :r»ioed cmipany of »r Uti la the 
cm-r eh»*eifTF, e'eryonp will BO to bear ft. i'Li 
PerJebde." j» ice b?eto! a'.l Kelljatd Leon "a buret 
cork ope« bjiffts. Ii laprecaeded by a first part 
ace) iDle;lcde. 
California Theatre. 

"Ercc* tt Koir" wftb its coarplieatf d pio*, Ifcril- 
Bng t.ica.ioesnod bnmtifnj ecenery sr| 
ed epa.»D fcfr-Bfgbt. "Kouce et Noir ' is & pit J' with 
Kpowerfnl moral. The nrio-:B ch ncitrtcf the 
drim ire gill acted by Jobn McCulIoucc ard 
tne^tn-beisof the CB.i'orn;a Theatre ( ottpblt. 
Tbofe ftdo o 10 see this u e motlonl" dnin*» will 
ooBiauibatiatroBS. p;tce nur bs written with- 
out any locomotives or cetlT/tis in it, and lit 
eorLiLct! t&e tut will fully crawly ttose *lo 
delicbiin rea.isiic eenaatross. 
HVl ropollcan Thfarrt-. 

JThe Sao Fraccieco pnttlfo are ca ; ck to ar-pre- 
cia'p ani. i h ■ b e io its way. Tte icarac^iLent tf 
ibe Metrrpoli* an Tbe&ire bare spent much rooney 
co tbe prodnclioc of "Tbe Red Pocket-boot'.** bet 
bave tio feart but whit tbe pcfcj c will smp'y r»- 
■cabsiee tt«m. Sfldcm d-b& pitc* been toenct- 
»d id more perfect style tbho ici? : Tie scenery i£ 
pant fal, tee costumes are r*eh acd hittcric, 1 y 
oorrecT, t^d tte ere at. ecene c! tee sicking iblp 
Dae D'^er been tq -ailed ttve perhaps vbtc "L'.'vf- 
ricaine" was prtdaced in Paris, wfcen an -m- 
tcenve ib p of tcmewhai similar construc-on »a- 
■niiccifi d. The eceue of tbe camels crcs'isg '.be 
7 very fice aod Ibe final entrance of a real 
camel on the et-.ee is ;he aiea&l (yr appltnre which 
ma ties tte theatre ritgikain. J. Ii. Vitsen de- 
e&rves c:eat cr ditforthe manner in wbioh this 
pl a y ib produced and Kir. WflMnr, Edurin Dfav^p, 
and all coccemed in tbe crodaciionof Ibe BCenJc 
aod mechnricj] * fie' to have done their work 
wtll. "The Rt-d Pocket-baot" mil be playi d until 
fc:ther notice. 
B^-lia in ion. 

A lif'ly first part concl-jcine with a wslk-oronod, 
a brilliant inter! -da el fodcs acd ds.:ce = . >.-d 
pynrci-: c act?, a comic bslitd acd eitrkv„c«.t2i. 
:c which rh** whele eompssy ao^ear, make ap an 
estertaisment wbicb matt suit ui i»Et££. 
Tbeatre Comiqie. 

Any namber of eones tnd dasce?, bt n-ire Deft70 
ac:e by Jaka Wallace, Jobacy Tee:;, acd ilikf 
QctCo. aid vceroamg farce o! "Tarn Him Oot,*" 
will ima^e the p-' ''-'- - o.' ibis bonce :e-tigtt, 
The Orf^rd. 

Vocalise, Comedians, nfcrf d-liceatore, and sc- 
;r_bi:r. all a~p%&r at the Oxford io a varied pro- 
gramme To morrow ert-oiagaD entirely new com- 
pany, jost crrired frim for'.!3r.d. Oregor, will ap- 
pear in coEjonc: : oo «i:t many eld favorites. 
Art Reception. 

Tte ttird recep'.ioi of th* San Francifco Art 
Association was held at Pacific Ball last tvt-r itp. 
A very large asfemblnee cf thabeanty. weabb.and 
ictelltcl ol tbe city was present. 'J he Hall was 
tastefolly decorated acd picture 1 new aod old 
were placed on standing frames acd hing on tbe 
walls Vc Cave not space tocatclosne'be pictoree 
tbi* mornin?. A very pleasing mcsical ent>rtaic- 
meot was gi^eo. Mies Tbomas sang "The Fo«aV- 
cn," accompanied by £>:d L'ster on the piano. 
After ibis, "Jobs P»rry'e Wueic LeESon" was very 
c'e^erly given Of Mrs. Maible. accompanied by Mr. 
HfTflll: ttiie was encored i.i d M*e, Klarble'sansr 
a-oibercf Pirry's eocg^, "A. E. C" Mi E sHel<s 
D ngeon saDg "Siag, Smile, Sleep," by Gonood, 
ally, warblirn l.ke a bird, and charmicg 
Bilwbo beard her. Mr. Haniieton targ aEriE- 
dsi by Petrelli. acd M'. liavell.a eleren eioger, 
a;sg two baffj eong 3 , "Tbe Fat sray Man," ntd 
'MrsWaikm'a Evonioc psrty" capita Ilr. Tbe:e 
was no dancing. All present enjoyed themselves 
oot el: a'.'be p*!c;urf s and c?cversinfr with the ; r 

rieode. These pleasani Rttbericgs wiil do mccb 
•owaids teacninK San Francisco society ibe "Art 
ConrerraTioo." Chiis Andres' band Icraiabed 
tte insirnn;en!al rnnslo betwcoD thfi e&Iop. 

* Poverty Flat." 

McC'os'-teyV dram* ef "Porert*' Flat, - ' fonrded 

Bret Htrte's poem entitled " Her L*tter," weB 
,. rodec-dat : be Brooklyn fl-. 1.1 Pirk Tbeitreoo 

bristMU .'ay. Tbe City Jiew3 and Gossip gives 
tte plot as foMow*: 

Toe firs" c.c t»k a e as ti Povprty Fltt and intro- 
•'ocesnT lb« miner. The second »tr 

t v-:= tn irsict: rf tush life 'n San Frsnci; io, and 
*br fotr Ibe ac* on r.: Pove;iy FI«I 

train. Tb*urt«rest of tbeplay is well e attained 
throoebout, arc - nt*o*i 

- ,t£acced io 

Oraeie '" ■ <l\itebtercf a miper wfio, 

i de Hie *" .-r-.n°. has ret med loC'TiliZ;- 

kbora. another miner, | a'ao in lov& 

• ith Gracie. ai.il I is Jaalocv 'o-l. .-• $ b*«o to deeds 

01 c-ime U>min tbe r_>nd rf |fa« girl. H« mfinau*-E 
t" make b-.th Gracieaod Jne think that ti°v nr*- 

■ Io H' h Ot*t»l Bat be is fmltd b7 To-n 
- \ T*r sa A-ineiciD,and tbe lo'ersarenoi- 
t'd. He r*tnrn* to Pcvert* Flat. mnrd«n Ten ed, 
sad charges hi*^ wi'.h the tr me=. 
A Vigilance C'oram'iiee try the litt*r and find htm 
cr«i*ies trt ib=> res^oe, ji n r) 
tsterd. The a^ucted jrirl 
mifcea a\ terrific desooDt ol 
restored to tbs arsis 01 hir hn^band, end tha car- 
tain comes dowc upon their Happiness. 

l BCcSETM One of the tnoet 

oolleetioDfl of the kind in the Vnited 

(.'mpri'iot: hnrdrede of co«tly and beao- 

tilol wax model-, is daily od view (to gentlemen 

the Haseom oa M.octcomery street. An 

boor may be rr--fi»»!iir (!•««» v«-» 



A Touching Appeal. 

" L: LUe-ehftsthe following: 

One of tbe little sellers of Irifies in the 
etreat offered yesttrdey a vile:y esecnttd 
L . 

"Bay :tis of me my pretty lads?" cried tfce 
toy. 

"That! wbat isitwortb?" tsked the fair 
»r:i?t. 

"Judge for yourself Madame; I have cot 
breakfasted yet:" rer-lied the boy. 

I*ac: 'i.Kicn 'l ru^ure Co. 

Pr:g ^_ ^ra will Siil fsr Cccog Island on the 

~.z cocecquence ol r.Dfore&een delsy acd 

n ces^firy cipensee to Drake ifae expedition corr- 

Trn&lesE of the Pacifi; Hidden Treas- 

ti-e Com- r- wlU seU a few shares at $«W per 

fba'*. I- media* e amplication mDet be made. 

Utb'-F. Iffl Mos-g isery ttree* Be cm 4. E C. 

EOWA3D, Eccj***"-. o 

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[ |vTBe»p, tt thi Ttat Cht« iAnndry. * 



LETTER FROM TOLEDO. 

jrnoM oce own coeresfoxdent.] 
I Toi^DO (Oh:o . J»n. Z. iOTfc 

Dfab Fioabo.— Kew Year's Dsy pasted off 

very quietly here, od'v tbe touods 'of sirjg- 
ing of bells si^d firiDg cannons were beard 
till the Kew Tear bad com© in. Theatrical 
news ie as fullcw;: 

WHITES HAJ.I. 

This hall was opened on Dec. 26th for 
five nights, ty Mr. Harry J. Kellofcg of 
•his city, with his '-Great Historical PauB- 
tereoramtt of the Burning of Chicago, he 
has about five hundred view?, painted on a 
canvas of ten thousand square feet. Mr. 
K. had crowded houses every night, and 
wis well epokeu of by our oity papers for 
his good workmanship. These views are 
6omt) of the fiueet I ever saw, especially one 
of them showing Chicago by daylight, and 
afterwards by gaslight. Mr. Kellogg'sin- 
tentun is to travel all over ibe country 
with Lis show. 

FJWJJHSG'fl OPEJKA ECTSX. 

Tee very good attractive company at thiB 
house, drawing crowded houses. On Satur- 
day. Dec. 30. no seats could be found afser 
ei^ht o'clock. In the'olio Mies Fancy Flor- 
ence gave some very fioe Bteps in fancy 
dance*. Mies Florence has a splendid stage 
apT.earancs a pleasing, andespiessivecoun- 
tenance, aud is a fine dancsr. Mr Fred D. 
Harris, the London Mimic, has a fine voice, 
which be uaes with' admirable discretion 
Ths Wentworth Sisters, Lnln and Lottie, 
general performers, sre good, Lottie gives a 
lively Bilver s?nd jig, in a pleasing style 
Lulu, with ber banjo and comic eengs, ie 
capital. Kurtz' comic Du'ch Fongs and dan- 
ces are very fenny. Johnny McVeigh, a 
heme talent nerformer, took the audience 
by storm, on hia entrance on the stage. — 
The balance of the company, with the above 
mentioned, give a lively show. 

WHEELEB'S OPEbA HOCSE 

la io be opened on Friday and Saturday tbe 
5ih and 6th, by L ; sa Weber, and' her bur- 
lesque company. On tbe 7tb, Sib, and 9rb, 
the favorite Maggie Mitchell, ib to give us a 
three nights call.— TLis ends my story. 
YcursEerfly 

M.-P. Walch. 



Advantetfei of E*rly Morning Cotrrt- 

In Bristol. New Hampshire, great honors 
are hhuwered upon a ycuLg gentleman whose 
only meri-- is tbat when he went wooing, he 
sat "with tbe ot ject of hie a£ecu f jne, as many 
gentlemen have done before him, until three 
o'clock in the morning. At' er tearing Lim- 
self from the lady, as be was walking boms 
ce di-c&vered a hotve on fire. Now, there 
had not been » house on fire in Bristol before 
for a year and a halt The lover gave a lou-d 
yell, tbo eDgine company was aroused and 
"the vibage st*vcd from destruction. So dt- 
lighted were the firemen with this, tfiat tb*y 
made a n-ndaome prtbtLt to the damfei, 
whose personal beaury and delightful con- 
versation compelled her lover to Btay much 
liter or rai her go home much earlier than 
he should have done. 

Holiday Tare. 

Those Who have no family circle where they" can 
keep Christmas and New Year's holidays, can fare 
aamptnoasly at JoneB' Oyster Palace, next door to 
the California Theatre. There they can Sad every 
Inzury of tbe season: the cLoiceet wmes, ant 1 tbe 
moet experienced of cooks and attendants. Tbe 
crivate rooms for dinner and enpoer parties, are 
tae admiration ot all who have seen them, V 



Tbe Beet »ofcm.rl* at &a<r«mento. 

We condense tbe following facts wiib re- 
gard to the Sacramento Beet Sugarie from 
the Saucelito Herald: 

The success of this sugarie has more than 
ordinary interest, because the process is 
esesntia'ily different from that at the Alva- 
rado. Tut) two processes are in rivalry. Tho 
Germans at Alvaraao insist tbat their sys- 
tem is superior; while the managers at Sac- 
ramento, also Germans, proclaim their 
' 'Sober t, Diffusion procesB"cheaper by thirty 
percent, in coet of labor and in cost of oon- 
ettuctiou, and richer in yield of sugar. The 
adveoates of the Alvarado process, long in 
gcLeriil use, say the sugaries of Germany 
which had been changed to the Diffusion 
eyetem, are changing back agait; while Sac- 
ramento bus advioes of opposite import It 
is impossible to convey an intelligent de— 
ecription of Robert's process without dia- 
grams. But we may say that, while bests 
are rasped at Alvarado, and the juice ex- 
tracted Ly centrifugals, at Sacramento the 
beets sre cut in thin slices and macerated in 
cold water, dispensing with tbe use of cen- 
trifugals. It is claimed tbat the juice is thus 
more perfectly extracted, and requires lesB 
chemistry in purification. Certainly it saves 

[ much power and costly attendance, and it ie 
equally certain that, by either process, eugar 
making in California is a success. It may be 
addt d tbat tbe sugarie at Alvar&do has in- 
augurated a feysteni which insures constant 
occupation. "When this stock of beets is 
worked up, tbe mill is converted into a re- 
finery of cheap imported BUgars which is 
very profitable. The aagarie at Sacra- 

\ mento intends to prolong the season of sugar- 
making by planting melons. They jield 
sugar equal to beets, and tbe crop will add 
three months' earlier milling. Besides, we 
can grow melons on soil not adapted to 
beets; and the melon syrnp is excellent for 
table use, while tbe beet t} nip is only fit for 
distillation. 

A Happy City. 

Enr. James BrookB writes to the New 
York Eiprets, tnat — Canton U thehappieBt 
lookiLg city I have seen in China, and 
everywhere the people seem ready for fun. 
Children are bom in the boats, acd the 
m ther ot them of'en rows or fulls with 
a child etraDped to her back. Upou some 
ot tnese children are tied baruooo floats, 
so that il the darling tumbles overboard it 
is easily fished up and Id. Then there are 
t'rand boa.t rt&taurante, where parties go, 
as to Dslraonico's, to feast, free from the 
dead air ol the narrow streets, and eDJoy- 
inj; the tree air of the fiver. At night the 
river is K*yer than the city, for the gates 
of the city— ga!es by the Ecores within the 
great wall gates ot the city — obstruct all 
utfiht locomotion, while the river is open 
and Iree. 1 loved to revel in a house-boat 
at nieht, breathe the good air, hear the 
squeaking guitar or harp ol the Chinaman, 
see hiB fire-crackers, peep into hisre6tau- 
ran's, hear the babies squali and the moth 
er= and lathers snore. Canton city is div- 
ided by its streets into hundreds of com- 
partments at night, and in or over each 
compartment is a gate, closed at night. 
For order and peace every little communi- 
ty is responsible to tbe authorities for 
there is no local police. The eystem works 
well- shats up shops at dark,senda people 
to bid tarly, thus prepares them to rise 
early; stops all night gobbing, all theatre 
going, all soirees and evening parties, all 
courting aud billing and cooing, brings 
home husband early and keeps him from 
straying at night. There is a river police, 
which cruises about tbe river at night and 
baugs into you il you do not sail straight. 

Go and See Them. 

The fine sets of parlor and bed-room furniture 
at J. A.Shaber tCo.'s, 707 Market street, near 
Third, which are offured for sale for cash lower 
than ever before In San Francisco. x 



All persons in want oi Furnishing Good should 
mate a note tbat at Segcts & CHARtxeoie'e, 70C 
and 708 Montgomery street, can ba found tbe 
largest a';l cheapest assortment of goods In tbat 
line In t^e city. Stir euirts of the best quality 
tor $l £0; woolen over^hirte. drawer^, under 
shirts, hali-hoEe, banutt-rchiefs, at p-ices below 
trie lowest lo the city. TOG and 708 Montgomery 
street, one door from W^FhinRton, east side, t 



Tseful Holiday Pre^ntsl Havre PorcelBln 
Di: ner Set, l&J pieces, *2C; French China Din- 
ner Bets, 115 pieces, S3.; French CLioa d?co 
rated Toilet Pet, 11 pieces, $10; French China 
Tea Set, 4i pieces, S10. m 

Sold at lowest rates by Houci, Xo. 233 Hear. 
ny street, South of Bucb. B 



If yen wish to buy a watch or any article of 
jewelry or Eilverr-ire, go to A. IIire*cnma3, 133 
Kearxy 6treet, who keeps none but good arti- 
cles, with email profits. His guarantee is reli- 
able. Watches carefully rfpur'd. g 



Jfol>*» Ice Cretin Sulooii. 

The best place for Ladies and Gentlemen after 
tbe theatre to got £oe Oysters, l,*e Cream and 
FaDcy Candies is otNb. 317 Kecrny street, betweeo 
Pine fd Euah. Tbe old pioaeer, P. Job, tlwiye 
on band. 



Car and Steamer -News agency* 

A. Kronberg, tbe news agent fur the steamer 
Capital and thn care of tbe C. P. R. R., besides 
attending to the daily distribution of Fioiso 
among the passengers thereon, supplies them 
with the latent Sau Franci&co dailies and all 
he Eastern illustrated papers and magazines, 
at San Francisco price*. • 



ASuItable Monday Presents 
For a lady U 100 Fashionable Visiting Cards, 
written tr-tngravtd in the latest Btyle by Jobs 
P. Dwtee, 607 Montgomery Etrtet, or at Grand 
Hotel. » 
■ 

Err yo Sewtkg Machine until you have seen 
the Elliptic. A. H. Sctlee. Agei t, 27 New 
Montgomery street. Grand Hotel Building. 



Deposit your Money. 

With the Land Mortgage Union, interest al- 
lowed from day of deposit. *Jo entrance fee or 
charge tor passbooks. OfEoe 133 Post street, 
open on Saturday evenings from" to 9 o'clocL.x 



Strenser. ©top I 

Go to Mr. Reubold, 31« Bufh street, if you 
waht boots made in style ard of tbe best mate- 
rial, his a well snown fact that boats made to 
order, are the cheapest in the end, a 



I>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Gives (rce lectures (io Gentleman only) 
even Friday evening, commencing at 7 V ; , at his 
Bygeian Ball, £37 California st« aedfeitmines 
patients phreEOlogicaliy as to heal.h. Q|g 



Dr. I>orierty 

Hb»s devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Office 519 Bacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorff, a few doors below What 
Cheer House. 

Wli&t; Cheer Laundry 

Employs no Chinamen, and should be pat- 
ronised by everybody. 



Home from, jE£urope. 

Julien Perraolt, M. D., member of the Medical 
Faculty of Paris, so widely and favorably knows 
in Sao Francisco, has returned from an extended 
tour od tbe continent of Europe, where he visited 
the most famous hospitals ia the world, and may 
be cosealted at his office. 413 Kearny street, bet. 
California asd Pine, West side, Orer the Drag 



Dickey 's Creme <le Us 

Is equal to best French preparations, and 
without their injurious effects. Every bottle 
Is warrflntel free from lead or other poisonous 
ingredients. h 

European Music 

The largest assortment in the United States 
cut aide of New York. Musical Instruments 
Photographs of Composers, busts, etc., etc, at 
Schuberth's music store, 643 Clay Btreet. Agents 
for tho Steck Pianos. I 



First Premium Milliner}-. 

The last Mechanics' Fair awarded the first 
premium for superior taBte and elegance- of 
workmanship In the millinery line, to Mrs. 
Oowles of the *-NewHouee." 114 Third street. 
Mrs. Cowle'B stocS is unsurpassed by any in 
the city, and her prices are very reasonable, bh 

If You. Want 

Tour Blankets and Flannels well washed, and 
Dot spoiled, send them to the What Cheer Latin- 
iry. i . 

Do Yon. XSLtxott 

That with BuTxanrcK's Patteenb you can out 
»nd make any garment to fit perfectly? Send 
postage stamp for an Illustrated catalogue. H. 
k. Demlng. agent, office of the Howe Sewing 
VacMne, No. 113 Keamv street, between Sutter 
and Poat, San Francisco. • 



Wew York Store, 

Cheap and fine jewelry and fancy goods, at 
one-half the price charged elsewhere, at A. B. 
Siiipsos A Co'8. New York Store, 103 Second 

street. x 



War Abe Bnows's Baths, 202 Fourth Btreet, 
ll&e Garland's Vegetable Cough Props? Be- 
cause they are Nature's great restorers. z 

» i— 

Snuff! Snuff! Snuff! 

The Washington-street Blonde, cor. Washing- 
ton and Dupont afreets, supplies you with the 
best kinds of ladles.' and gentlemen's snuffs, 
Havana cigars and Turkish tobacco of the pur- 
est quality, to which we call the attention of 

aU.£MlCBALI3E«BE2 BEOS. 



A Cure for Red Noset. 

Electricity has achieved & new triumph. 
Already employed to restore vigor and mm- 
h:erjes j fo gouty limbs, the recent discoveries 
of Dr. Btrnier, a Frenoh physician, show 
electiictty io bean efficient remedy for the 
evil effects of excessive drinking on the 
human nose. The doctor maintains that by 
application of an electric current to noses 
even of the most Bacchic hue, the flesh may 
be made "to come again as the flesh of a 
little child," and Bupports bis assertion by a 
case performed on a female patient of hie 
own, a woman of hieh rank. "Knights of 
the Burning Lamp," who have still some 
regard for personal appearance, will appro* 
ciate Dr. Bernier's discovery, as it promises 
them immunity from the dreaded outward 
testimony to their pet vice. There ia one 
danger, however, in tbe discovery, namely — 
its tendency, if confirmed, to encourage the 
growth of secret intemperance. 

Eating Cockroaches. 

Some thirty years ago two young ladies, 
sisters, were at school In London, whtre they 
had been bent from Jamaica, their native place. 
After every one bat themselves were asleep they 
used to get up quietly, slip down into the 
kitchen, and tnere catch and eat the cook, 
roaches. This extraordinary habit was not de- 
tected for some time, but at last tbe mistress 
found it out, and remonstrated with them. 
Tbey, however, defended themselves by sayine 
that they had Been ber eat ebrimps, which fed 
on all manner of carrion, whereas the cock- 
roaches wer« clean feeders, living on crumbs 
which had bsen Buffered to He about in the 
kitchen. Even after the discovery, it was al- 
most impossible, to keep tbem from the kitcben 
at night, so strong was their love of the cock- 
roach ec. 

McDowell, Show Card Writer, 

Beady made and made to order, No. 7 Geary 
street, corner Kearny, 
sv;iiar Cheer Laundry 

Is tbe best laundry In San Francisco 



After the Sella, Union 

Comique and Globe Theatres, natrons who 
Emoke & cigar on their way home should go to 
the Verandah Cigar Store, corner Washington 
and Eearny, kept for the last eleven years by 
Henry Schmidt. Not a Chinese made cigar in 
the Btore, but every other brand, from a few 
cents' cost up to the finost Imported Havanae. 
A fine stock of handsome meerschaum pipes, 
cigar-holders and other articles suitable tor 
presents during the coming holidays. Every, 
thing at prices to suit the times. w 



The Best Farm Wagon. 

The Mitchell Thimble Skein Farm Wagon is 
the best ; over GOO sold on this coast. Mills 
A Evans, Agents, 608 Market Btreet. i 



New York Dry Goods Store. 

B13 Stockton street, between Clay and Sacra- 
mento, receives new goods daily from New York 
auctions very cheap. Remember the number. 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

[Bosiness cards inserted in thiB Directory (in 
alphabetical order) for $1 per month p?r line, sub' 
ject to being left oat four timee a month.] 

Auctioneer*. 
J. Terry & Co., (furoitare) 309 and 311 Pine street. 

Booksellers and Stationers 
Hitobcook, Geo. B. & Co., 413 and 116 Sansome. 

Business Colleges. 
Heald's, Bryant & Stratton, 24 Post. 

Batchers. 
Lnmsden, Jobn EL, Stall 9, Occidental Market. 

Sutter Btreet side. 
Wray, Jacob, Stalls 8 and 9, California Market. 
Elate, Fred, Stalla 94 to 100, California Market. 

Brass Fonnderles. 
Weed £ Eiingwell, California, 12-1 First at 

Cigars and Tobacco (wholesale). 
Cohen & Sperling, 320 Battery. 
Havana Cigar Company. 311 Battery. 
Pearlman, A. 11., corner Sansome and Market, anfl 
Ellis and Market. 

Clothing (Retail). 
Magary & Co., (successors to H. M. Lockwood & 

Co.), 231 Kearny street. 
What Cheer Clothing Store. 401 Kearny, cor. Pine. 

Crockery, GlniHWure, etc* 
Douglas P, &. Co.. 131 Kearny street. 

Confectioners. 
Weaton'e Bakery, 9 Stockton Btreet. 

Candles, etc. 
Mercer's, 516 Kearny, and 127 Second street. - 

TJecaloaaole Depot. 
Mrs. Cotter, 7U Silver street, near Third. 

Employment Oft] cos. 
O'Brien & Ward, corner Clay and Montgomery. 

French Fancy Goods. 
Looan &, Co., 19 Montgomery. 107 and 109 Sutter, 

Hardware. 
E. F. Osborn 4 Oo., 749 Market. 

narnea and Seddtery wholesale). 
Johnson, J. O. & Co., 104 and 106 Front. 

(Retail.) 
Van Court, John F., 58V Market, near Second. 

Hoops and Corsets. 
M. Freud, m'Ftr & inventor. 36 Second, cor. Jessie 

Banian Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. & Oo. J02 Second Btreet. 

Jewelry. 

Laird, D. W., (wholesale and retail), 610 Merchant 
Dinkelspiol, S. B. &Oo., (agents for United State 
Watch Oo.) 313 Bush. 

Millinery Goods (wholesale). 
Haker, W. & Hinz, 5 and 7 Sutter, and 506 Market 

Music and Mmlcal Instruments. 
Coben Simon & Brother, 345 Kearny. 
Handel House Music Store.KewMontg'y.n'r How'd 
Keene, C. C, mftr. accordians, repairer of all kinds 
musical instruments, 203 Kearoy. 
Marble tWorke. 
Daniel, Jobn & Co., 421 Pine street. 

IMaccaroDl Manufacturers* 
Brigoardello, Macchiavello A Co., 706 Sansome. 

Oysters (Importersand wholesale.) 
Doane A Co., No. 92 California Market. 

Produce Commission Merchant". 
MuganAMoran. corner Drnmm and Olay. 
Towder and Shot (wholesale). 
Weaver, P. L., A«ent Hazard Co., 118 Front. 

Riding Academies. 
Lusk's, 737 FolBom street, bet. Third and Fourth J 

Restaurants. 
Philadelphia Rtetaurant, 408 Pino street. 

Sewing Machines, 
Elliptic. 27 South Montgomery. 
Wheeler A Wilson, 427 Montgomery 
WiUoox A Gibbs, S. M. Co., US Post at 

Show Corals. 
Morris, 33 Geary street 

Silvered Crystal Door Pla • » 
George F. Fuller, 631 Sacramento street 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Brown. Oharles, 724 Market. 
Lewis A Pander, 32 Geary Btreet, above Market. 
Bickler, Caleb M., 420 and 422 Kearny. 

Tea and Coffee Dealer*. 
Occidental Tea Store, 540 Market, opp. Second, 

Toys and Faney Goods. 
Cohen Simon A Brother, 346 Kearny. 

"Veterinary Surgeons* 
Alfred Wright, 612 Howard street. 

"Wines and JLlquora (wholesale-), i-i 
Daneri F. A Co., 604 Front, 



Invalle Chair nnd Bed. 

The best invention Icr bed-ridden people and 
invalids, is Heath's Patent Reclining Chair and 
Invalid Bed, which attracted so much atten- 
tion at toe Mechanic's Fair. John H. Tftcomb, 
039 Kearny street, is agent for Califirnia. » 




The inventor of this really wonderful TONIO, 
after a series of years and experiments has suc- 
ceeded In bringing before tbe public all that can 
can be desired of a cure Tonic and Reooper&tor. 

CERTIFICATES: 

I have carefully tested and examined your I XL 
Bitters, and hod that tbey cannot fail to be beni- 
ncial as a tonic and promoter of digestion. 

G. HoLLAyn. 

Orrt *>*d County. Hospitax, San Francisco. 
June 20tn, 137L— I ehculd judge that tbe I X L 
Bitters must be a very efficient remedy in DyBpep- 
Bia, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, and similar 
complaints, being composed of a number of vege- 
table drugs -which are principally used in diseases 
of that nature, and are of the greatest efficiency 
in their cure.— F. H. Enqxls, M. D , Aas't Resi- 
dent Physician, Apothecary C. A O. Hospital. 

STATE Abbateb'b Office, San Francisco, July 
21st, 1871. —I have made a careful examination of 
your 1 X L Bitters, end have found them entirely 
free of delsteiicua miner* 1 'Uusiances.— Yosji 
etc,, , 4 -iKK>u.StateA9Ba$6r. 

Beware of Counterfeits 1 None genuine 
without the signature of Dr. Henley across lbs 
top of each bottle. For sale everywhere. 

H. £PST£IX «&: CO., Sole Proprietors, 
au5tf SIS Front street, S. P. 



DR. CHftS. H. TOZER'S 

PRIVATE1MEDICAL INSTITUTE 

N.E. cor. Jackson nnd Kearny it*. 

THE GREAT ERADIOAT OR OF SPECIAL 
COMPLAIN Tt-, lormeny of Lock Hospital, 
London: nine yeu-s in Sacramento, and the last 
ten years in S«n Franciseo. HAS RETUKNbD 
TO PRACTICE. After devoting 40 sears of bii 
life to professional practice, and the sutcee&fal 
treatment of those OHRONIO DISEASES 
which it is here needless to name, he deter- 
mined to retire from his profession, and devote 
the remainder of his days to quiet-life enjoy- 
ment; but the constant applications from rhs 
suffering everywhere, to come to their relief, 
finally determined him to visit once more the 
scenes of his early triumphs, Look Hospital, 
spend a year within i's wards, and inform him-i 
telf of all the new metheds of treatment in their | 
celebrated institution, and then give a tew mors 
yearB of bis life to tbe alleviation of suffering hu- 
manity. He is a pain located at his old office, cor-, 
ner Jackson u.nd Kearny streets, whore for 1(1 years 
previoue his practice as a SPECIALIST resulted 
in the cure of all cases brought under biB care. 
Tbe Doctor's mot' o Is "honorable and suocsBsttl 
treatment and moderate charges to all." 

DB CHAS. II. TOZEB, 
N, E. corner Kearny and Juokson streets, 
del 2 tf San I'ranclsoo. - 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

LAND MORTGAGE UNION 

OP CALIFORNIA, 

TSo. 193 :Post Street. 

•9~A Dividend was declared on the Oth 

'instant for the yearendiag31st December. lS71,at 
the rate of]2pr cent per annum, on tbe Capital' 
Stock and lev sudh Stares subscribed prior to 1st; 
July, 187- . Stokholdera aud Investing memoerr 
am requested to pre-ent toeir certificates at the 
office if the Corporation, to have their dividends 
entered thereon. 
jal3 6t JOHN T. CARTER. Secretary. 



C. E. SMITH. 

County Clerk Alameda County! 

AND RIAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS AND CONVEY* 
ancer.— Office in Smith's now Hall, San Lean-i 
ro, directly opposite tbe Conrt House. 
FARMS and HOMESTEADS for sale and JO lei 
vnrinnn rar*.s of Alsmeda county. r.p£Sflni i 



FIRST EVER PRODUCED IN AMERICA. 
TURKISH fttU&KMELONS 

DILICIOrs riATOK. 

WILL KEEP ONE YEAR. IF YOU WANT 
tbeaeed, bay one. Price, Sl.OO. For «u. 
bs GEORGE HUGHES. U13 and 315 Wasbing- 
ton street. de.OSff 



MME. LENORKAND, 

ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK, TELLS »•- 
fortunes on the European plan. Aleo,^* 
givBB cc met information by the aid of mag- • • 
ueticinflueDoes, as to seat of any ailinsm or in- 
sidious disease, tbat bas baffled tho ekiil of the 
mostemioent physicians. The Madame has gained 
great renown throughout the East «ad Europe for 
the marvellous cores she has performed. jH'-u 



HOLIDAY CANDIES. 

FRESH MADE CANDIES, FANCY BOXES, 
Cornecopias, Candy Toys, acd sverytbiog for 
the Little frolke, at Mercer's Pioueeer ' andp Man- 
ufactories, 518 Kearny Btreet, and 127 Second 
street. Country orders filled to any exteqt. dele 



AMAS BON-BONS I 

SANTA. CLATS' IIEADQCABTEKS, | 

Candies. Candies. 

CHEISTM AS BOXES, TOYS, AND A LARGE 
stock of every variety »,* : j ods in tbeir line, 
nsw and iresb, fnr sale ..-<%- 

CANTY & TTAO'EK'S, 

df>12 J07 MontKomer.vJstreet, near Sntter. 




LUSK'S 

ing Academy 



For Ladies and Gentle- 
men, W7 FoUom at., 
bet. Third and Fourth. 

de!5 tf 



THOMAS FISHER HUL8ERT, 

ATTORNEY AT U A "W 

(Avoent Fronsola.) 

No. 620 Washington Street. Boon 17i 

a p 2fi (Bet. Montgomery and Kearny) 



' C. DIETRICH, 

PIONEER OF CALIFORNIA'S.***; ^M 
Market street, between Third ano #T j0 
Fourth, San Francisco. ManufactnreT^^L. 

of tbe neat kinda of TRUSSES AND^* 

SUPPORTERS. ■»- All article* in ttis line cog- 
etautlyen band, aod repairs jnade at reasosalfltg 



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James i. Bardie and the Entire Combination in the on '. 

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PRil.oofK.- Anteroom at t>arom*>Ch*t*4fi (o«wt. 
Tk» r Fthnsfy. ITT4. The IUokts 

promt* | »nj. An tin inn ltd guest. The forged note. Tbe 
K enabling d»bt paid. 

THE RED POCKET BOOK. 
Tnliy jewels. The anknowD artist ; th*> banker'* bar- 
tint honor. " Tbe asaaealn'e work. 

Tho Red Pocket Book- 

■ i - atorcn and Battle. The O -op fiur Kis- 

•ai (uwi. *7* Introducing m*chenio*l 

•fleets ; i reduced on any alt g*."t> A la'e of 

t *he sailor ; a rtolp* for ooorage ; a 

In ili-trr*B : the r*e 'Kniilon ; 

hl.r! Fir*] Plrol Tli* fcioslru abip ; a 

bnn hoAft In tr >n Ul- . a w ro »n true to tb" cote : the. boat* 

lt»: i.f tri- M ■ 

Art ll now). Tho *hipwr#cfc"J )-->▼- 

*r« ; their !. • on the b»a<h : a strange visitor ; tho Wild 

Man <. ! ■ unexpecU'd arrival ; the lott ones 

the f*(h*r and child; Uaurlco th* convict ; dc- 

'blJ ro»d l« not ours ;" a bnve girl's roaolre ; tbe 

old aallor'l threat ; the »hot. Th«* Cnriavtn. TaMoan. 

SATURDAY AT 2- - 

AifmlaatAD Ilulfthe. n*tii>l price 

fcT 1 Th* Piano usod In this Theatre i» from Sherman k Hyde's, corner Kearny and Sntter direct?. 

nrfi* CraMde and Orcbettra SI OO I Gnltery «.» Centa 

Pa ra,< tl Ji» I (P.lo extra cburc for Reserved Soatp. ■. 

%r Care will bare the Theatre for the Mission and North Deich every night at the clo.su of the performance. 



MT A.-fO I^OIOBNTS. 

Act III— A C^nntry Ch*'*an pnow). Arr'val of ih* Ad 

propoaitlon ; H-len«- pleadi for hT flrtt love ; 
I inltor ; tr>- wand«T>r fallen by tbe wayilde ; 
tin- ho-pttalitT know* a > diitlnctlon . i»r dead aute ; a 
father a lie* f jr tbe honor of hi* nann* ; two poor wound? 1 
tktarUi a brave man'* pacrifici', the separation ; farewell 
forewr. 

*cr I V -Kerregnen'f manalon : the duitUk* Me. THE 
GRAND HALuy. Illuminated with It* two hundred aod flfiy 
Wai Tap*r»: ihe Urldtl Olft ; the Drst gleam »f light; 
'•-i . thi odlons oontrac: fUned ; I).a-h 
Mm of lltiht burota Into day: Hi • fimllv 
mdto-"H>aren stone cai favu us;" a startling rt-veli- 
tlon ; the madman, 

\<( v -G*rd4&« of the CbAtean by moonlight (new). 
Tim pavilion; lb" f untaln ; >'an«tln and bis bottle; 
" wh»ti the wloe Is in ihe wits are out ;" tho mlacr and his 
eodaon ; master and dope; diamond cut diamond: Fol- 
bert*« d'Speraie gatne— "life the etake ;" tho atar of lovo 
llithts the path of danger ; tbe fatal mUiake ; tbe dupe tho 
vi'tim ; the motto— "Heaven alono hse saved us." The 
proof ot innocence. 

The i;<mI Foolcet Book! 
RED POCKET BOOK MATINEE 



BELLA THEATRE 

v>aw*t» v|«l 

Company 
T^kxto Now Flooos 



THIS EVEKINO 



JANUARY II 



»r*ar 



■ 

rurt«« mm 



The Brothers — Samwells and Montague 

1 -.I rhaMg U.irwtea»N 

•aoeg ami Dam. Mark Znt' 

Doube Song and Danco. "Nancy Brown." 

a at w». 

• ""If Maag-"lh# lioodlua."io cbarartar ....Clara* Marr 
Affer •• cittlrd 

st.-VA.iojH-ivTXjNrjSi'ai t>ajy 



Behoelbon . 



Matno.... , 

...J Scboolrlr'.a I 

Old Man ... 

Ovartaro— at 10 o'cloak.. 



I 'tn Ham walla 

. I,oi McCarthy 

.1 II Uraln 

MlM Joaaphine 

Oairia Arautirong 

Ma> Laroy 

. Pd Moatacoe 

..Orohoatra 



brpat ni.onr. act ...r.i i;i:\ir ukbretta 



III. I. .lis 

Dntch M t«d Ivy. 



MIm .|i>T]ihlni> 
.Carrie Arra*trnn K A* afi >■■ I**rkl» 



Kallr. 



THE LIVE INDIAN. 

,laA*ftia.... Bnw ...Timmnann.,. .Taylor... .Marie Ziol 



fONO -"t'nproUcted Femtlo". 



MAOOIE KNIGHT 



Tooooclade wftban Urismal Mnaleal aoil l<«(atiJarr Itnrloaqao 
on 'Rip Van WioftW," ^J *-'• Arnold. ooUtlod The 

OF THE AIR 

Zaclaum Vondaeap'tti:. the origlna! "Rip '. . . 

IVir.ce Bogey, at th* HhSam ("tnai 

Kipiinsrosrer. Lord Kceperof the Boll Pope 

T.ihy Yallot. i b«ck^r>t>or 

Pipptni 01*. Zigleana'aaon 

Mr'. Vondcr*t,li7. 

Katrlna.n«od ten 

Katriun. tbirtj yeara after 

IMMORTALS. 

(Juatobreezy, Qooao of the Air 

Znl|ihuioaacua«, tboSwarts Dayvel 

SSKS".::::! *"•»""" ta »»{: 

Zap'- yr Msrie Z>el | Azimit 

Corahse. .Mim JoBepDiuo Hyao o*.h.... 

Bnilflower. ... Fanny Gam: ifn I Cloudlet 

Demons, Fairter, etc.. ate. 

IN unHHARSAf— 

THE PHANTOM STEAMER. 



.. ..Claia 6l*rr 
....Loo MoCartby 

...Unrls Mathcwe 

Met Kelly 

..Carrie t'bapman 
,. ..Msgeie Kmulit 
.Kugeoiu Garrett* 

..Minnie F.llmora 

T'oanmr liree 

, ...fed Montague 
. ..I mna Samwelia 
...Maggie Brewer 
Carrie Artnatrong 
May Leroy 



.TuwitJ»«f 

few* 

■ 



TJlX-IOraJ 
INSl KVNCE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Tin: n«i:«m«r wimn was 

..I-.! ,y |hl. CanpMny tn i.rovld.- lor 

I—** lo.nrred by Ihr KRKAT < III- 

CAOOFIRr.. tan. now bctipgld In full. 

riM l{ 111 NIIIEI II A.SH FIFTY 

TMCUIO mil. 1. vks !,.,.■ kair 

Mltlva tor »CtC rm.at Of ChlCU«o low., 

i-talcli have h.. -ii ,,<i|,i.:fd promptly aod 
pnld DOLLAR rillt DOLLAR. 

II I. Ihr pallcy of 'hi. Curapuny (n 
mrtl all of II. obllantlou. HONOR 1- 
IILV. unit It Millclt. lite pntrnatisf of 
the aabltc who de.lrr 10 ln.nr.' wlicr« 
Horn obtain SO I. HI SEllUITY und 

FAIR DBALine. 

PBINOIPAL OVI10I 

41ti and 418 California street. 

OISTATF. Tore HARD I-...I.I..U 

S. O. KITTLK Vice Prerldeni 

OMAJKLEM D. HAVKV Secretary 

j.l 1m 




^OTXaVID ! 

rkORING LAST WEEK, A PLACE WHERE 
A * f all Drinkaaro lOc. and of tbo boat 'inaltty; 
also, thoplaoatoget tbo bra>. Hot S.jtca l'uncb. 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drinks. 

ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, 

....AT TBI.... 

"HOT SOOTOH," 

IS MORTON STREKT (near Kearny). 
d*13tf F£MIMAX\ A BRIGOH. 



THEATRE ROTISSERIE, 

Dapoat at., one door aoath af Bnaa. 

E. KAROHAND LATE OF THB 

'"RotissoHe RoaUaraiit" of tho Union 

Olab Proprietor.— Tbo Tables provi 



%& 



ded with all the Delloaoles ot tho seaaoa. 
•eTOVaTERS IN EVERY V,^YhK. 



jet am 



JOHN E. ETJMSDEN, 

WBOLRHALR AND RETAIL 
BUTOBEKS. and dealers in 
tmt American meata, atall So.it 
OOUTDSNTAL MARKET (Sutter 
street sld»). 

awP* Orden aollriie l and promptly filled, f.oods 
detlvoTOd freojo all pane of the city. nol" ml 



w ALBERT MOROAN8TERV 

Faablooable tiair Orersina: and 

. Rslhing Eatahbliaba>*at, No. » 

a- TM -a-fSecocil «t..ofLr Market. Onp- 

prontnlyatundsdto. doMtf 



BUSINESS 

SUITS, 

$30! 

$30! 



C1STOMERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO 
wear on- anite aoleaa mtde op in tbe BEST 
MYLfc. and PERFEOT FITS. 

LANCASTER, 625 WaSHHGTON STREET 

'[•■>- Mii^iiln.'h <»|hm-i» II. Hi-. . Irn 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



O. MUJjLEH, 
OPT1CIAM, 

Miintiti.rn-ry r-ti tret, Itiim Illi.fU. 
3 tf San I'raociaoo. 



HElVtOVAli. 

Oin nCUl ro ANY PKRSON 

SOKWORBR, Professor i 
Myttorlea Sne omes eicknefla afinr 
bopelois, sod ci»8» cor- 
rect information on nil mTair* of litn 
Prof. H.ba- Invilonbln Tali«matis for 
\ ovt, '«ooA lack, and elaa Intended, 

Fet.91 andopwArd. ClHo. ^.0«8 Washinalon 
a and Dupuut. below tho 
Chur.-h, iorn.hn i j Bi tt 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR SALE. 

OLD ESTABLISHED. AND DOINO A GOOD 
uumnnai, a^ tbe iiooka will show. Reason for 
eeltiofc, tDe proprietor haa other engagements tli.it 
be r.Mto fulfil. 
Srar-Anplyat Figaro Office. jafltf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 

NO THIRD STRKET. NEAR 
l^Oflftward. Three BrpiareFren.h 
Diohe-. 2.'i cent*. The Chfi.po-i and 
Beat R"*uurioi in the city. Partioa . 
rooming In' the neighbnrbood will a 
lin.i t.bi(hnnae comfortable and .ju.ot. 




STAPLETON, HATTER, 

deW] 1S4 KEARNY STREET. [Im 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 

OlO €LAY STREET. 

ay.l Dlvldinrl, true of Fo4e»1 Tux, 

of Ten ptr cant, per annnm on ull deposit for the 
six months ending December 31st 1871, has been de- 
clared, payable immediately. By order of the. 
Board of Diraciorj. 
jnll) 2w CYRUS W. CARMA.NY. Secretary 



BEWARE! 

CITIZENS AND STRANGERS ARE HEREBY 
notified to avoid tbat "one borBe store" at 

TVo 3 Mecoutl Street, 

commonly culled the 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of the proper AuthrTittea. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! 

FINE GOLD-MOUNTED PEBBLE SPEOTA- 
CLES. 
Pine Gold-monnteH BYE GLASSES, Rich Penrl 
and Gilt OPERA GLASSES, retailed at wholn'alo 
prioee, rftrging (mm $10, *]?,5'l. ?lfi. Good Pluin 
Opera Glasses sold from $5, $C, *1 60. 

C. ML7I.L.ER. Optician, 

ftOS Monttfoiiiery etreet, 
del2 RaeH Hoobo Block. Sao Frano 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

—AMD— 

ROMAN BATH HOUSE, 

FOR UDIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. GtiS Pacific street. 

THE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS ES- 
tabltabment of the kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and separate apartments. 
Bathing by (team, by Hot Air, and by Plain or 
Medicateo Waters. Suites of rooma in the aume 
btiildine for private patients. 



ASTROLOGY. 



E. PARDXNI. 

NO. ISO WASHINGTON STREET, 
(above tbe Plaza), San Pranolioo. 
Boota and tihom made to order In the 
beat PrenolialyN. _The same r«adv-made 
alwAyaoo hand. o.o28 3m 



BC4DFMIC PJRISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

P 5«5 i"ffl.- I '* D "' S J. OONDUOTKD BY 
C MME. FOR5TKR, 61a SolUr ntr.,.1. ne.r 
L..v.unortb, a.o Fr.DOI.co. js4 2w 



MADAME LEROY 

HAS JUST KEOEIVED FROM PARIS AN 
*!•*.!). M.orlm.nt >.( Bonn.!* .nd Round 
U.tt. She iD.i.«i lb* lodl. oi rw. t n ,t. tu ell 
ud Me tbtm, kt .Vo. U93. 1 . EUSU STKF.ET, 
flrtt floor jiiat 



""alVi 
ien • 



derfnl Fortnn* Telle- in tbe world, osl 
bo fonad at r>o. 8tlt> Paoiflo street, between - 
Stockton and Powell. He usee all kinds of witch- 
craft, cures all diseases and spells, causes love, re- 
l 'I raw anything that is lost, stolen, or ran Away, and 
cures drunkarils from drinking. He will give love 
and Inob to all who wan* it. Don't forget to call 
and see him. jylSlm 



MME. CARTER CLAIRVOY- 
ANT, No. 4 John street, one 
door from Powell, bet. Paoitio and 
Jackson, p:.ss particular attention in 
locating Mines, and ean be consulted 
on Jjiiwauita and tbe various rela- 
tions of life. Tbe Madame can be 
oonsalted by letter or lock ot bair. 




D. MENDRS'S RED LION 
SALOOXV, ait> CommerciaUt., 
bet- Battery und Front, where he 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 and 1 P.M. ; 
uiwrt tbe choicest Wines and Liq- 

nors. Rngnan Ale ud Porter always on draught. 

Yon will always hod him there to attend. • de^S 




FIRST, ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....or.... 

BOOTS! SHOES! 

BOOT© ! SHOES! 

FOR THIRTY OAYS ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL TU"M- 
soIvpb of this opportnnity, and purchase their 
atook of BUOTb and bHOHS for the rainy season. 

- . «-_ At Else- 

LAIUKS' WEAR. Nolan's wbere 

French Kid Button Boots $4 '0 $7 (m 

French Kid huollop-'op Boots 3.% 4 HO 

French Fox Rut ton Bouts, only 3 nil 4 50 

French L'nlf Dread lions, bigll out.... II tt 3 Ml 

LIohvv Kid Hoots for Winter «ear 2 .'ill 4 50 

Kid Fox Scallop Vamp Balmorals 1 K 3 OH 

Kid Fox BulmorRlM. only.... 1 .'.II '2 50 

Kid Fox Double Koln lUlmorals 1 75 3 00 

fcxtra High Cut Calf Boots, only 2 III) 3 fin 

KngliBh I-uatiriK Gaimrs. Dunblf Sole. 1 .'5 2 Oil 

Kid Sinner*, $t ; i-inn French Kid.. . . 1 r,u 2 i u 

Misses' K*d Hut ton Monti Ii 50 :i 80 

Misse-' l.'Dle i-ol-* Kid 1'ox Hal morula 1 7i 2 M 

MisM'B'Do iMe Sold Calf SIi.tp 1 5fl 2 00 

Children's Finn f,'i|f ShOAS, only i 25 1 75 

Cbildren'e Bi*nt Dnnblo Button Bo.n, 1 75 2 50 

Children's Sewod Top pphblo Goat. .. I 25 2 00 
Chiiilrens Copptr-Toe, 75;.; Screwed 

Oalf l 00 160 

Infanta' Sbooi, 15c, 25c, 50c. and 75 

Gents' French Calf Uand-Suwed C'as- CP" 

tom-made Boots fi 00 10 00 

Gents' Kronen Screwed Boots 6 00 7 00 

Gents' Tap Sole Screwud Boots 5 00 7 50 

Gents'Onlf Pegged Bnor.p. only 2 50 l HI 

Genu' Kip Boole, $.», Sg2 .Ml nod 3 00 4 .50 

Gent 9' Double Sole Screwed Boots 3 5) a (JO 

Cents' Oon«ros3 Gai tei a, 51 and $1 50 ; 

ftpwBd 2 00 3 00 

Genta" Robber Bont.s, only ...400 B 80 

Rents' French Screwed Cuitoru 3 50 ,', no 

Gents' Brngona, SI M, ?1 Mi ecrewed. 2 00 Bin 

GerjtV Screwed Oxford Tifis 2 On 3 00 

Boys' screwed Shoes, fl fill : Oxf'd Ties 1 75 2 50 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

lYoa. 11 and BIS Third street. 

*»~ Don't foigt-t tbe place, first Shoe Store from 
Market street, Nucleus Building. de28 tf 



F. PYAT'S 



HAIR 

STORE, ' 
■184 Ke irny street.! 

ESALE AND RETAIL, 

B»-N. B.— Wig? b'red for Thealrical porpooos 
sod Masquerade BaJU. de4 Im. 




QUINCY HALL 

C 1 o tli i ii c «Enipoi*iiiiii, 

j*4T hud .Idl) Wnshlntrtmi street] 

SAN FKANCISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DKSORIPVIONStJ 
made of the he-t rn.u(<riitls and Sited 
»" if undo to order, at ptices ranging | 
from ^ 

Slf5 to B4VS. 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hoaierv, 
TruDks, Valises, Traveling Satohele, eto„ on sale 
ut the towefit prices. D(*-Cftll nud DS convinced, 
P. F. MOHRHAIIPT. [M Im] T. O. EILTY. 



PIANOS! 



PIANOS.! 



TRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONF, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
P.rloifin LBdieo' Underwfl.r. FRENOH OOK- 



A LARGE ASSORI'MENT OF 

Gtrands and TJpi*isrlit«, 

A. BORD. PnriB, just received, 

tltOlI IKSOO TO St.ll.'> UPWARDS, 

A I.I, WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery streot, nfar Uow«rd. 
Also, a ; jiE.ro assortment of Sbeot Musio. Musica 
In'trumentt, Fftnuy Goods, eto. d«I5 tjftl 




below Kearny. 



jallm 



P. LIESENFELD, 

1 MANUFACTURER 0PBIL- 
itard Tables, ST1 MARKET 
STREET, below Second, San 

Francisco. Sole Agent for Pho- 

lan A OoM' odor's P*teot Billiard Tables and New 
Improved IBorvkllWlrel Cushions Patented May 
2d,l81L- . deolm 



nro 



GET A REALLY FASHIONABLE. PER- 



— — feetly-fitting Coat bcilt, a Gentleman should 



go to G. B, DAVIS. Fashionable Tailor, &07 



Kearoy street, near California. 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO 
all the affairs of life be snre and oonsof 
PROFESSOR DAliM. the moat popalar c 
Astrologers, at No.OSl Otiifornia strest. 



!, sbote 



s o A~m&* 



♦» 



32 «.ron«nl SU aod 5« Wm.ain.tOB St 
Below Moewmen Beck. ^ 



WEDN ESDAY JASPABY 17, 187 2 

F18AR0 ON THE C&U^PACIFIC BAILRQAO. 

H6AKO 1. tbor«a*»iy dl.trlbated ew- 
er d.jon the care or" toe California Pa 
elfleB«air«xl. legion Mary.wllle for 
V,l, c)l mMd Siu- FroaeUco at 1 o'clock 



FIGARO OH THE OAUANO BOATS. 

m0O .. Figaros" »""* distributed oo. the 
oukliux- rcrry boats «tcit afternoon, 
as ..Uy among *->« P M«Ker« art-twin* ->» 
| M r( at Overload Train. 

FIBARO ON THE VALLEJO BOAT. 

too •■Figaros" are distributed every 

day ojio&i ibe pu»eaceri oq the Steamer 
CtpIWU, on her afternoon trip from 
Yallejo to thl> city. 



A Model R«*t»aranr-Efeper. 

We learn from the Parts papers that a 
great mam has recently died. Dinctchau— 
the famous Dinochaa— the Brabant of the 
quartier Breda, aa bis coitomers called him, 
died the other day in the Lariboisiere Hos- 
pital. There are fe* artiats or men of let- 
ters who have not at some time or other 
patronized the establishment of Dinochaa. 
It was a peculiar establishment, with a hall 
on the ground floor for messieurs the coach- 
men and a parlor up-stairs for literary men- 
It was Nadar who a score of years gave 
Dinochaa a reputation ; then came Mocse- 
let, Carajat, Bevillon, Murger, Lambert- 
Thibonat, Champflenry, etc. Dinochau was 
— though a restaurant-keeper — with such 
men as these more a friend than a landlord, 
and it has happened many times that he 
would refuse payment, amply satisfied with 
the honor of having literarv men for his 
guests, an honor which it appears has to be 
paid for by his heirs, the respectable sum 
ol 103,000 francs appearing on his books in 
outstanding debts. All honor to Dinochau. 
who nourished the brains of the literary 
men of Paris with choice entrees and deli- 
cious pates, and didn't dun them lor money! 
There are few like him. 



Reflected Popularity. ■ 

The Alhambra is the most popular of the- 
atres, and the Alhambra Lodging House, 
most popular of resideLOes. Those who 
ire to obtain rooms there have to apply 
m *uj days in advance as the house is sl- 
ays full. 

*. 

The lnstirlc* of Ufe. 
Tbe a.an who does do; care what he ea^s, is 
worth mucDu imu. The ere i test poets in 
the world hiTe, glorified good living. The beat 
intellects in Sen Francisco ore nourished by the 
i err* pin stews, artiatically prepared Eastern and 
California oysters, oyster om'.ettes end other del- 
icacies served noder the aoie supervision of tee 
genial Winanl. and Charley Hacks, formerly of the 
Antelope axd Bay Oyster Salcoo. at the f&moas 
Pscific Oysters Saloon. No. £T Boob street aoj'a 
the Alhambra. It ib a favorite r»»ort of Banana 



500 .fairs ol socles. 

At all prices,!; the Wait Cheer Laundry. * 

Mrs. O. Coolt, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 513 Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. t 

A Wor<l to Strangers. 

The best and cheapest restaurant In the city 
Is the Delmonico Eestaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class cooks and the best of every 
thing In the market are to be found. e 



It la Pertecily astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Cheer Laundry. Clothes received 
before 8 a.M. returned the same evening if de- 
sired. i 

Waahlnjt Beturned In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. 

Oyster Trade. 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Ccrvilie. of the 
Saddle Bock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
bit own oyster beds at San Bruno millions of 
oy iters to all parte of the Pacific Coast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters have a fame which 
has extended all over the continent, and the 
' Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. Q 



Sacramento Hoodlums. 

Sacramento has her hoodlums and she al- 
so has a Loaderback in Judge Gilmer of the 
Police Court. The other day he pronoun- 
ced sentence on a boodlom aa follows: 

The passing of sentence on. yon in this 
case is by no means a pleasant daty. lou 
have associated Yourself with a class of row- 
des who seem 10 rake pride inacteofrow- 
dvism. Youwentiotoa restaurant in i>e- 
cimber last to get vonr dinner. Being dis- 
sat.sfied with your beefsteak, you pom- 
meocedby throwiLgpoiatoes at the waiter. 
and disturbed quiet citizens who were eat- 
ing some ten or twenty feet from you. Ion 
ib>n committed an assault and battery on 
the wa.ter. Kot being satisfied at what hid 
taken p ace. you drew a derringer, causing 
a general etampede. I wish it distinctly un- 
derstood this rowdvism must be stopped. 1 
sentence you to pay a fine of $100. or in de- 
fault thereof to be imprisoned in the Coun- 
ty Jail lor fifty days. 

Pleasing youths are these Sacramento 
hoodlums who pelt waiters with potatoes and 
distroy the appetites of peaceably-feeding 
Sacramentans by drawing derringers at 
meal times. Judge Gilmer need scarcely 
have apologized for the severity of bis sen- 
tence. Fifty days imprisonment will not 
do that young man any harm, and after a 
diet of bread and skilly for that length of 
tim* he will not be quite so particular about 
the quality of his beefsteaks. 

Who Are Aristocrat** 

Twenty years ago this one made candles, 
that one" sold candles and bnfer, another 
butchered, another carried on a distillery, 
another was a contractor on canals, others 
were merchants and mechanics. They are 
acquainted with both ends of society, as their 
children will be after them, though it will 
not do to Bay so out loud. For often yoa 
will find those toiling wornw hatch butter- 
flies— and they live about a year. Death 
brings a division of proper ty,;and, it brings 
new financiers. The old gentleman is dis- 
charged; the young gent takes revenues and 
begins to travel— toward poverty, which he 
reaches before death, or. his children do, if 
he does not, so that, in fact, though there is 
a sort of moneyed rank, it is not heieditary, 
it is accessible to all. The father grubs and 
grows rich. His children strut and use the 
money. The children in turn inherit pride, 
and go shiftless to poverty. Next, iheir 
children, re-invigorated by fresh plebian 
blood, and by the smell of the clod come up 
again. Thus, society like a tree, draws its 
sap from the earth, changes it into seed and 
blossoms, spreads them around in great glo- 
ry sheds them to fall to earth sgaio, to min- 
gle with the soil and at length to re-appear 
in new dress, and freah garniture. —Eome 
Journal. 

A Very French Story. 

A man ran away with another man's wife. 
The husband did not challenge the seducer, 
or proceed against him in the Courts. Not at 
all; he wrote him the following letter: 

"Sir: fersome time I have sought to get 
rid of my wife who, I assure yoa, fcbecame 
distasteful to me. It happened that she was 
about eight days ago, bitten by a mad dog, 
and I waited with resignation the fatal issue. 
You havs come to my assistance, and it is 
yoa who will have the task of soothing her 
in her terrible paroxysms. Bless yoa my 
dear sir, remember hydrophobia is catch- 
ing." 

Very Deliberate. 

One of the hoodlum kind went into a res- 
taurant; and, finding fault with what was set 
before him called the waiter every name he 
coald set his tongue to. The waiter went to 
the proprietor and said, "air, Heave your 
employ!" Then returning to the hoodlum 
he gave him the most terrific blackguarding 
ever heard. Having satisfied himself, he 
went back to the keeper of the restaurant 
and said very ooolly, "Sir I am oat of work, 
would yoa like to re-sagage me?" 



A Pleasant JLncatlon. 

Persona desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should Ttslt the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv one one and is wel 
lighted and Tentilat3d. 

Clnb Ho cue Sanaaget, 

A well-made riohly seasoned eaniage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty In California. Epi- 
cures -who are posted, get none bat Banker's 
Clab House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. p 



Dr. Boorae's Electric Batlis, 

Established in 1S52, now conducted by Dr. Mc- 
Sparm, are recommended by all physician* aa the 



Ward's Celebrated. Shirts 

At old stand, cor. 3d and Market. A. Lerine. 



Make Your Home Beautiful 

By adorning its walls \rith pleasant pictures 
tn beautiful frames. W. A. Eollmtks, dealer 
In pictures, and mirror and picture frame 
maker, 640 Washington street, just below 
Kearny, will, at a wonderfully small cost, trans- 
form the dullest looking room into a bright. 
oIk srfoi bndoir. A 

Under tbie Occidental Hotel, 
112 He ornery street, at the store of Ander- 
son at Randolph, you can buy watches, jewelry. 
Silverware, etc., of the latest styles, finest qnal- 
ty, and at the lo west prices- x 

To tlie a7n.torttiate. 

Dr. (Jibbc-'a Dispensary, No. 625 Kearny 
■tree*, cor^.r of Commercial. San Francisco. 

titrate entrance on Commercial street. Es- 
tablished In 1554, for the treatment of chronic 
an d special complaints. Dr. Gibbon will make 
■vscharge unleea>ie effects a cure . • 



Ease'and Luxury, 

We overheard a lady Bay tbC other day 
" When I am rich, my dear, I am going to buy 
me a splendid team of horses and a Clarence— 
just like what they send yen fiom the Occiden- 
al Carriage Stand when you want to take a 
drive." She evidently understood how to com- 
bine ease and luxury. The Occidental stand 
now has the very finest carnages in the State. 
There is a private carriige or conpee for wed- 
ding calls; the Clarences lor shopping and or- 
dinary calls and lor the theatre and opera; tne 
Landaus and splendid six-seat Rockaways tor 
drUes on tbe road and ordinary business. Leave 
your orders for either of these at tbe Occidental 
Hotel, with Frank Ronton, or at the stables, 
1016 Stockton street. Careful and experienced 
drivers. . a 

Elegant Presents for tne Holidays 

Economy is wealth. H*ln A Pollard bare $'0/00 
too mach stock on band, bioh mnst be sold dur- 
ing the Hotidaj eeaaon, and to insure tbe desired 
remit will offer their complete and elegant assort- 
ment of Wa:cbes, Chains. Jewelry and Silverware 
at manufacturers' prices. Their old customers 
will please recollect that tbeir new store is at >o. 
7 Kearny street. rfc 

Fire Caps, Fronts stud Bolts, 

Manufactured by J. H. Wjlbon, 213 Drumm 
street, between Clay and Washington, b 



Toe Faklr'i Dream. 

The New York correspondem of the Sport- 
log Times and Theatrical News thus de- 
scribes a remarkable dream be had: 

New Yoek. Christmas, 1871. 
'Twas the night before Christmas, 

And all through the house 
Not a creature was BtirriDg, 
Not evtrn a moute. 

And tbe Fakir slept, not having removed 
boots. Be bad hung np his trunk instead 
of his stockings, and as he slumbered, foil 
of— good feeling toward his fello* men — 
strange visions floated on bis seeled eye- 
lids, and many were the quaint things he 
dreamed. 

He dreamed that fakirs always got their 
salary. 

That Johnny Allen was extravagant. 

That Lester Wallack encouraged and em- 
ployed native artists. 

That Fechter, Janauecheck and Eand- 
mann understood English. 

That McCloskey and Foster write with 
pens dipped in blood, aad by a caloium 
light. 

That no one else wrote Angustin Daly's 
plays. 

That all showman refuse to drink.. 

That Oliver Doud Byron was an author. 

That McKean Buchanan was an actor. 

That Btars get rich sharing after a million 
dollars at the Bowery Theatre. 

That W. B. Cavanaugh was stage-manager 
at the Howard Athenaenm. 

That Tony Pastor couldn't eing. 

That Laura Eeene was 15. 

That McCloskey was a solfermo blonde. 

That B. F. Lowell became effluent while 
with Pauline Markham. 



Rough on Grant. 

The Bulletin in an editorial on "Prog- 
ress in Japan and the Japanese Embassy'' 
that has just arrived, ssyo : 

The barriers of caste that only allowed 
nobles to bear arms, or to hold military or 
civic office, have been modified so that all 
ckuses except the tanners, whose occupa- 
tion is deemed unclean, are now eligible. 

Now we hope that no one will be ill-na- 
tured enough to tell Iwakura, Kido, Okabo 
and the others that President Grant was a 
tanner. It wonld be roagh on Grant if they 
were to refuse to be presented to Mm on 
that account. 



Russian. 

Alexis was quite overcome at the Boston 
committee's invitation. The Commercial 
Bulletin says: "The Grand Duke was so 
much affected that he replied in bis native 
Russian as follows : 

Ori ritold bustah yuken sormi legorf butti 
tollu ile bloski hifur Boston. Gityur rum- 
anwiski anlotzer citti bomerz redi, anian 
olecatazy wilbi downonye lykea neskemo 
on a tallak andle. 



Explained. 

Reynolds, the dramatist* observing to 
Martin the thinness of the house at one 
ef his own plays, asked if he supposed it 
was owing to the war. 

"No," replied the other, "it was owing 
to the piece." 

Very Likely. 

We hear that Opelika, Alabama, has a col- 
ored Weston. A darkey can cover a good 
deal of ground with his feet. 



To Invalids, Wives and Mothers. 

The agency of the "Old Style" hand-made, 
sonr-maEh stimulant — so highly recommended 
by the Medical Faculty— is at No. 605 Washing- 
ton street. Branch Depot, No. 306 Montgomery 
street. Ask for the "Old Style" Bourbon — it is 
pure, mild, mellow, delicious. 



The ver/ finest Photographs to be had only 
at Sfxt-eck JaFisssn's, 115 Montgomery street. 
PriceB reduced. y 



"Seven Oud," 

'■ If Ever I Cease to Love," and " The Drum 
Major"— the three songs for 10 cents at 012 
Kearny street, bet. Jackson and Pacific^ 



A Timely Present. 

At this festive Beason, a dozen of Eqaam'sti- 
q aif i tel j fiirored pancbes form a most appropriate 
present, Tbe egg nog pnnoa saves a great deal of 
trouble, and is compounded with great elrill. His 
famous sjmpcsiam is at 2u Liedesdorrl. and is pre- 
sided over by A Bona, bis worthv (accessor, tj 



The fewest l»xir>ll options. 

All readers like to receive their books, maga- 
zines and newspapers as soon as possible after 
publication. Loomls. at tbe southeast corner 
of Washington and Sansome meets, on the way 
to the post-office, is agent for all the chief 
American and English magazines and newspa- 
pers and delivers them to subscribers immedi- 
ately on the arrival of the mail. x 



Lever Buchlo Suspenders, 

At $1 per pair— 25 per cent, cheaper than else- 
where — at the What Cheer Laundry. x 



Laules 1 "Vlsltloar Cards, 

And every description of writing, executed by 
Johb P. I'wteb, fast tenable card writer, 60 
Montgomery street, or at Grand Hotel. 



Positively 

Those fine goods, Watches axd Jewexht, at 
806 Market street, are being sold daily at xbx 
cost. The stock rax be clooed out. 



Horton's Tobacco Antidote 

Will destroy tbe appetite for tobacco. Its 
great success has originated many spurious im- 
itations under the name of Orion's, Burton's, 
and other similar sounding titles. Be not de- 
ceived. Take only Horton's. See mat the name 
it Hug Si Schmidt. 635 Commercial st. is on the 
wrapper. Ero « exheexdx. Successors to P 
Etilly, Agents. 



Boose, Slff n and. Ornamental 

Painting. Walls frescoed, decorated, whit- 
ened or colored in a superior manner, by E. H. 
Qadsby, &S5 Market, near Second. u 



If Ton want Good Beef, 

Go to 8UU 60, 61 and 62, California atatxet, 
first stall on Pine street side. o 



Sajs Frakctsco Stall.— Nos, . GO and 61 Cali- 
fornia Market, sell fine meats at cash less than 
any other place in the city. u 



Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds 

And all similar inflictions speedily and Barely 
Cured at Dr. Boorae's Electrical Batha, ID Post 
Street. Masonic Temple. 

For Washing 

Shirts, $1 50 per doz.; small pieces, GOc. | 
doz At the What Cheer Laundry. 



Watches 

Tbe finest assortment of Gold and Silver 
Watches ever offered for sale in this city Is 
offered by J. W. Tucehb & Ob- Also, a large 
assortment of Watch Chains, Jewelry, Cameos, 
Diamonds, Topaz, Amethyst, Coral, Turquoise, 
Onyx, Pearl aod Etruscan Bets, etc, all of 
which will be sold at the very lowest prieee, 



Tweed Jr., Re-lnawres in a California 
Company— A Bit or Sharp Practice. 

'S'ex Tor* Times.] 

Persons who have the misfortune to be 
creditors of the Commonwealth Fire Insur- 
ance Company of this city will need to be 
both shrewd and active if they expect to get 
anything out of that exploded corporation. 
It will be recollected that the ComruoD wealth 
tailed, or rather was driven into liquidation 
by Bnpeiintfndent Milter last Winter, ar,d 
finally lonnd iteeif in tLehfitdsof "General" 
William M. Tweed, Jr., who wes made re- 
ceiver. When thecompany thu? came under 
'King" oontrol i»s assets we're S250 058 2L,and 
its liabilities $165,478 40. We take Mr. Mil- 
ler's word for tbe ctjrrectue6& of these figures. 
Soon after Berceiver Tweed got hold of tbe 
reins he was smart enough to reint-nreall the 
Commonwealth's risks iu the Occideuial Co., 
of California, paying some £90.000 for the 
operation, and not forgetting, we pn-sume, 

"rake" for himeelf by way of ctmmintion. 
This re-ineuraECa matter off his hand?, the 
General" played ihe part of exhausted re- 
ceiver until October, when the Chicago fire 
brought the Occidental Company to grief, 
and, with this £ad event, came back upon 
the Commonwealth all those Chicago poli- 
ciee which had been reinsured, barring the 
reinsurance; so that the latter Company was 
$90,000 woree off thin if it had not sheltered 
itself under the Occidental's wing. The 
present prospect is that, of tbe 585, COO sur- 
plus cash assets on hand when tbia young 
Tweed took hold, nothing is left, and stock- 
holders are not likely to get a cent of tbe 
thirty-three per cent, which even by Mr. 
Miller's ehowing, they were entitled to when 
the Company was closed up. How would it 
answer lur -'General" Tweed to favor the 
parties concerned with a statement of affairs 
as they now stand? A large circle of mourn- 
ers would gratefaily accept a sign of life in 
this direction^ 

Hoke Yourself at Home, 

Ton can nuke yourself perfectly at home, in 
'The Parlor" kept by Harry Oorbyn, ■whom 
everyone in the Theatrical Profession likes, and 
D. B. Manning, at 720 Market street, nearly op 
posite Third. A cosy place for Winter nights, 
Pool and billiards. Clam cbowdor all night, a 



Rents Collected 

By tbe Real Estatk Associates, 108 Mont. 

gomery street, above California. 3 



Tne Sty llsh Hat Store 

Tho reason why the establishment at Kb. 617 
Washington street is called " The" Hat Store 
is because, for the style of its hats and the 
moderation of Its charges, it stands without a 
rival. Go to "The" Hat Stobe. 647 Washing- 
ton street (the secoid hat Btore below Eearny), 
and examine tbe large stock of the latest styles 
of hats. k 



For the very best phographs go to Bradley & 
Bulofson's. Prices reduced. Closed 00 Sun- 
day. • 

Best Quality of X><>~slcln 

Driving gloves, at $2 per pair, at the What 
Cheer Laundry 

Reduced JPrlces. 

Guerin k Son, prise boot and shoe makers 
827 and 329 Bush street. Must sell 535.600 
worth of boots and shoes within CO days. Call 
and examine our stock. x 

Since trie Great Redaction 

In prices at Guerin & Son's prize Boot & Shoe 
store, their store has bet j crowded with cus' 
omers. Call and see them. 327 and 329 Bash 
street. bh 



The best selected and greatest variety of Sugar 
Toys aod Fancy Boxes at the most reasonable 
prices, at J. Voetley & Bros., Candy Manufactory. 
VIS Kearny St.. near suiter, and 46 Second st. E 



H. A. Callender, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, No. 03 Second street 
cor. Mission st. Jewelry ef ell kinds for sale, 
made to order and repaired. Special attention 
given to Hair Jewelry. a 



A New Thins la Oysters. 

Joe Giufcta, lu5 California Market, frontinc 
on Summer street, serves freshly opened oye- 
tera at gentlemen's residences at aiy hour re- 
quested oq Sunday mornlogs. Leave orders 
and get Giusti's fresh opened oysters to eat en 
Sundays, not the stale ones opened on Satur- 
day. 

Necklaces, Brooches, Earrings. Crosses, Lockets, 
Card Oases, etc. of that Fine Silver Filagree 
make an elegant present. Von will find a large 
stock of it at A Hirscbman's Jewelry More, 133 
Kearny street, between batter and Post. a 



Don't wait, but go before the rush to boy 
your holiday candies. Go to George Haas & 
Co'b, No. 20 Kearny slrset. He has the finest 
supply in the city. y^ 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MRS. C. M. STCWE, 
Medical Clarivoyant at d Healing Medium, 

CAN BE CONSULTED ON BUSINESS AND 
Diseases of all kinds. No. 143 Third »tree'. 
Hoot 4 fiol&n's J-xii'diriz. ce!-r Hour* d. Ciro'es 
erery Wednesday aod Friday at 1% p. m. jalV 



Pacific Stone Company. 

H.X! JVE O -^T-A. Zj . 

THIS COMPANY HATE BEHOVED FROM 
(heir old camping prcnad, comer of Tort and 
L&rkiD, to their new aod commodious work?, 

CORNER Of GREENWICH AND 0C7AVIA. 

They have established an Office aod Sklesyard at 

The -Junction of Market and Btul, 
Wee re tbe? will keeD cons t&cli von band ao assort- 
ment ol ORNAMENTAL. BUILDING, CEDE- 
TERY and GRINDSTONES. Tbeir Stone, man- 
niactared noder tbe 

SANSOME PATENT, 

Has received tbe 1 ijrbest pr*i:e from all the sci- 
entific acd practical men ol note. Order* will ba 
received at tbe above office fr^m all who wish to 
get good work at low prices. Call acd examine. 



THOMAS W. BREE. 



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MANUFACTURER 

—AHT>— 
EEFAIBEB 

—or— 

drums, Banjos, 




OTHER MTSICAX. IXSTKtMEXTS. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1865. 



MISSION STKEET. between First acd Secoud 

N. B-— Fine-toned Silver bolo JJaojos for Pro- 
fessionala aiwaya on hand. ja.15 tf 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

No. H»7 REABXT STREET. 

Ajuonrrao thk Weed eewzbs Machtjte Stobe. 

GENTLEMEN'S SHERTS MADE TO OEDEB 
and "die maranta«d. Oar reputation (or 
mafcLdg PKBFEOT-FJTTlKe eUIBTfl 

to order tB well known. Geoto'Fnrniahinfl Goods 

at the lowest rate. . . __.-*jv23d 



wr, BRYANT & STRATTuw - ,-, 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

— -IMPOST ST. — 

'PBE LARGEST AND THE BEST BUMNEt 
J- COLLEGE - □ the Ocast, It edacaice the 
oagbly for Boftici'se. Persona of bo'h seme ai 
of all eges admitted. Preparatory Departmeo 
'orifcose r.otfl led for Rneineoa Course. Over! 
pupils now in attecdance. Students can coi 
mmr-B at toy t.iw p. The pnblio ure i' vit*d toru 
tbie College. Catalogues sent r.y adrfrepeinr 
E. K I1EALD. 
President Euiinesit College. 
dM3lf Sen Fr^ncTtCO. 



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AN IMMEDIATE AND PERMA 
u*nt Core for COVOH". COLDl 
ASTHMA, BUONCIlITIf*. CROUP 
INFLVENZA, CATARRH, LOS* Ol 
VOICE, Incipient ConanKptlon, and al 
Dlaeaaea of the Throat and Lanf*. Ael 
for the California Pulmonary Balaam, 
and take no other. 
a*- Sold by all DraegUt*. 

.J. R. GATES A CO., 

Proprietor*, 
Cor. Sansome and Commercial •>«, 

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CALIFORMA_RESTAURMH 

N OS. CIO, 01U AND 1*14 MONT. 
gomery street, near Merchant,— 
Ladies' Saloon connected witQ the R#*- 
taurant. 

Bill ot Fare. 

Ice Cream or Coffe* FB2-E U 
any peraoi. Spending '2£c. 

Senp, with Fish or Rroaats ISo 

Two Eras 16c 

Three Kke* 8Dc 

SmeHeor Salmon, with Coffee l&o 

SteakB or Chops, with Tea or Coffee. . .15o 

Sirloin Steak, do 2Uo 

Fresh Oysters. Raw or Stewad l5o 

Bottled White Wine 1O0 

Bottle of Claret Wiqe or Beer 15o 

Pies. Padding or Cake So 

Oat Meal, Mask or Cracked Wheat. ... 60 
OofiV-a. Tea, Chocolate, or a Giaaa of 

White or Claret Wine .... 5c 

del-tf JOHN REGAN. ProprietOR 



THE CLIFF HOUSE' 

ROARING OCEAN! SURGING BREAKERS! 
FOAMING SURF! MONSTER SEA LICNSI 

APFETIZING BREAKFASTS, LUSCHES,! I 
DINNERS AND EUFPEBS. 

BBIS6 IOIR WIFE! 

BBU'C TOtB FAVILV! 

BBIS'B I»IB LAJil FRIENDS!' 

Aad enjoy s viewof the FINEST OCEAN PANC I 

KAMA IS THE WOR1.D, all in Bight of 

the world-renowned 

Golden Gate, 

*.\tb a fleet of white-winged meBBengers enterial i 
from every part of the commercial world. 

a»- New Line Bn:ee8, connecting with Street 
Cars u' Looe Monntain every 15 njinrjtee hereafter 
;jr the Cliff Uonte. Fare25cenu. 

J. C. COMBES, 
"TERRAPIN LUNCH," 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeU. 

r* Terrapin cooetaotlr on band. 
Oy-tera in every style, PRIVATE 
SUPPER ROOMS FOR PARTTM. 

m h il lm _ 

TOM'S RESTAURANT, 

413 £*lae Street, above Montgomery. 

Terrapin Ste"w*s 

WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS 
Families ar d Part ies supplied to order. noli 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, CLAMS /&& 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH. ^STTjb, 
fetal. *No3. 40, 41, 43, California ^» J »J_f) , 
Market, entrance on California street. ^---^ ^ : 

Puty.tc or privf.ts parties and families snppiied 
from 6 a.m. to XI p. m. LadieB' and Gentlemen's 
Oyeter Room open from 6 A.M. to 12 fjl del32w 





SODA AND SELTZER WATER! 



Broadway. 

PRICES 
REDUCED, 

The Steam SodajKQ \j£ 

Work ■ have re-f^ 
Juced the prli 
from SI SO to 

50c. per Doz. 

dell lm 

IN~ofKr Seeds 



PLANTS. 



JUST RECEIVED, A PRIME LOT OF NBW 
Alfalfa Clover Seed, Hv-ioicth Glasses, Dntob 
BolbB, etc. Always on hand, a fine assortment of 
SEEDS. BULBS, PLANTS, etc. California 
Tree feeeds; also. SEEDS OP PALMS, Am- 
imllan Gam Trees, Frail Trees, at tbe OLD 
h'FAhl). *sr Send for a Catalogue. 

K. K. HOOBE, 
Importerof Seeds, Bnlbs, Plants, etc, 
oc l93m 435 Washington at., S an Francisco. * 

ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

^T**, FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN- 

BE Si Sla or in eniti, 

; Bjj'j Well Lljrbted and Ventilated. 

JDuat Unfttmished Rooms to leL Lodjricx with 
or without board. ALHAMBRA BUILD1NO, 
ais B^ihttraet. 




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LOOK Oft FOB THE 

Rinnniioi-ot'n I>«orYouii|rMnii 
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PRDI OOl'R.— Anteroon. »t l>arom*'s Ch.teao (tMW>. 
'■rusT. ."4. The Banter ■ 
AD uninvited pTQMt, The (org (id not*. The 
RunbliDtj debt paid. 

THE RED POCKET BOOK. 
Tfco f amUr j*wrl«. Th* unknown ertlst ; the bsnker's bar- 
g» l ■ Abjr sai-r fie* t-n" honor." The astasiln'.. work. 

The Red Pocke t Book- 

A. I | Aficr storm sad BeMl*. Tar. Good Bhif Mm- 
tri io mid ocean (newt. ■bF' lutroducinn m-chanlcs! 
aflkcti tr 1 . r i -fir- pro-lnead on any fc.Ug-.~U] A l»'e of 
lo** n,»]-nUmttitc<l th» n-Ui r ; a r«cii>« for c^nift^e ■ a 
•pack ii- ■ i i the *•»• . raaaal in oUatntii tba rasmgDitioo . 
ttre oonrn: Plr*>1 riirl Fir*! Th" •lofelot' ship ; ft 
br>T« li' tr" lo iron l>l* : ft wom*.n trtin to tb« c^re ; th« boat* 
tuarit,! un.'iim ! Uit of tbr> kltoerra ! 

Act II c-ArM of Alric* ,D««r). Tin* iihtp«reck«d 19T- 
i>m their hnt on tb» b««eh ; ft fttrinae vl«ltor ; the Wild 
Mah oJ 'he Wi>i,l«; in nnexpect>d Rrrlvft] ; the lost onea 
found . ire hi bar ai.d ohlM ; klfturloe the conyfct ; de- 
ftfttad ! "bUrotd i« not oura :" ft braro Hirl'a resolve ; the 
old fttllor'a tbr*»t ; the who*. TH** Cnrmvmn. TftMean. 



Act III— \ Cmntrr Obaaan (new). Att T»l of the Ad 

inlrftl . the proposition : U-I*i.f Dteadft for ber first lore ; 
i pted miltor ; tn-> w*ni.er*r fAll^n by the wsislde . 
tme bn-pitt.il!T knows no distinction ; tub dkad auti ; a 
fftther sites fir tbe honor of hit* oani« ; two poor woundel 
h.'Art-; s brsrs tntti's asoiiBce; tbo sepsrstlon ; farewell 
forerflr. 

• l V Kn-vf Knen"s msrislon ; the nisrrls(ro foto. TQE 
OIUSD HALuS. Uluminsted with Us two hundred sndfifiy 
\.' iv I'spers ; the Brid.l Gift ; the first gl-sm of light j 
the UDfiDectod gneat : ihe odlons contract slgoe d : Death 
the prtos, tbe gleam of llitht burst' Into day; iheUmllj 
mitto— •• U-ftTtn »1jqo caa laro us;" ft startling rtvel*. 
Uon ; th* mftdtrao, 

Aet T-Usnlens of the Chateau bj moonlight foew). 
Thn psTlllon ; the f ootAin ; Famtln and hl^ botlfa; 
" wheu the wl ,o Is In the wits sro ont :" the miser snd fait 
godson: m.'tnr snd dupe; dlsmoad cut diamond : to 
bert's d'Nper.i'e garni— " lifo tho "tske ;" tho star of lore 
liilbtrt tbo psth of lUnpnr ; the fstal mtltake ; the dupe th'- 
vi.tiiu; tbo motto— "Heavou slons hss saved un." Tbo 
proof of innocence. """",*, 

The Bed Pocket Book! 



T-J-47.t> 3>Xo 



' BSftftftSl 



lOOOAft 



JANUARY 18 



Oiort... 

!'..'> I' 



M..,.lr »..„., 



The Brothers — Sam wells and Monta&ne 



Puoor Ourroioon 
Mario ST.ool 



In. ..II. II ill ..i 
loons **ad Daarr* . 

Doub o Son« and Dance, "Nancy Brown." 

i AT W». 



It. -V-cVlLoEIMTIIMXii'S X>A."-r 



Ton 
Dtok ... 
Born 

H.i, i. 

Xolllo 
Addlo 
.0 1 V., 



-:::i" 



' School r 



( I -An NAtnw-ila 

. 1^-: MoOsrtbf 
' J. II Urk.o 



..kllu Josephlns 
. Oarrll Armitroiif 

May Lersr 

Kd fctoot.i-cs 



Qrertars-at 1" o slack Orobaslsa 

ORI.ATOI.OHR4(T..rt OC-IR 4. f KK1 t 1 A 



SATURDAY AT 2 RED POCKET BOOK MATINEE 

Adtnlulnn ...._. .. Hittr the ii-nul prtc« 

•TThp Piano used to thU Theatre Is from Sherman A Hyde's, corner Kaaruy ao.1 Hntt^r street'. 

nrr» Orclr ttad Orob«>trift. n SI OO I Uuttery £-> Oats 

Parqnpt . •»# I AtjtrNo Sttra ohftriTt for Re-.*rr.>d Sesti. 

tfaT Oars will leave tbe Theatre for tbe Mission and North Beach every night at the close of toe performance. 



fr-l-h .He .MI.B.Iiia>Fphlae 

Dutch M*>dl«->....Citrrle Arm*troo(t .V' .1. H. I^irkln 

Kullr I.stkio llree ... Thompson.. . .Taylor MsrU Zasl 



■ONO — "Unprotected Female" 



.MAGGIE KNIGHT 



To Oonclad.> with so Or<*la*l Mn«toAl sqd Leffsedftrr HarlAniue 
on "Hip Van Wink I*," by J. 0. Atsotd, entitled The 

QUEEN OF THE AJM 



....II. D Thomnson 

.... CUra BUrr 

Kfptlesrosrer, Lou! Kteperof the Boll Pops ....Ism MeCarthr 
....*.. Uuris Mmhews 

Hat KQlly 

Cftrris (Jbipmsn 

Msiais- Kntght 

.. Eucsme Oerrstta 

...MiddIs F.llraors 

Tommr Bree 

.rui Hontaane 

I.sod ttBmwells 

Mscf-to Brewor 

..Usrris Arm*tro&e 



Tony Ye' lot. * tMrkedpsr 

Pi [i Dim (.1*. /. iirl.'-im's sen 

Mr*. Vond«r>plis 

K»iritiA. used tno . 

Kit rind, thlrt, roars sftsr 

IMMORTALS. 

ncstpbr't/.jr. Queen of the Air 

Zuipt.iiroa-H'UsF, the rlwsrt* Dorvel — 
(..obhohlio 



A-toroth. . 
Z-phyp. 
Cor* 1 1 r 



j Atteod.atlmpi ' — 

Msrie Z'isl I Asia m 

!hIha JOAnpoioo Hy.io nih. 



•tnons, Fninse. M--.. etc. 



IN HKHHAHSAL— 

THE PHANTOM STEAMER. 



C, COMBES, 
APIN LUNCi 

.BlulTdoM** 



m ,.to« »"• 
rnplii Stem] 

HTIa."" 1 ! 




TJrSTI<31>»T 
DmURAHGE COMPANY, 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



ini .a»«r.»«air.XT which waa 
lo.lod hy Ihl. t oaipaay lo pro.ldo for 
kooaaa larnrrod by lb. GREAT CHI- 
CAGO PI KF. I,a. nnw IwrD paid In full. 

roi'H in Mini ii Ann piptv 

1mil'IA\l) UOI.I.AB« k.rr a*aa rt- 
—III.. I for ..Itrarnl of (hlrn B o loaar., 
arhlca have be«n a4.laal.AI promptly ucil 
paid DOLUS TOR DII1.I..IB. 

It I. the policy of Ihl. Company to 
■ r«t all of It. nollgatlon. IIOXORA- 
I.I.T. nod It illicit, thr patrontiuo ot 
the pqlillr who dr.lr,- to la.arr wlicre 
they oao obtnla mil. Ill SF.I I KITV nu.l 
FAIR OEAI.IVI.. 

PBUIOIPAL UYtV 

416 nnd 418 California street. 

eTJTATi: TIII'IIIARO Prr.ld.nl 

». S. KITTLi: Vlie Prr.lil.nl 

CtIARI.ES B. HAVEN Becrrluri 

)«1 1m 




riKTE 



BUSINESS 

8UIT8, 



:pottivi> t 

rjORINO LAST WEkK. A PLAOB WHBKE 
*"' oil Drioks or. lOe. and of tbe b*lt o'lalitj : 
Aloo. tbo place to get tho b^.t Hot Soo.tcb Puoob, 
Tom and Jerry, or mixed drloka. 

ENCLISH ALE ON DRAUCHT, 

....ATIHB,,.. 

".SOT aOO«PCTT,» 

IS MORTON STHKKT (near Kearny). 
dsUtf FELDHAW Ac l.KMJOK. 



-imi UK "SI 






THEATKZ RQTIS3ERIE, 

aaM llnpont ot-, one door south of Bath 
i ffl| fs E - UAKOBAHD LATX OP THI 
IML£fty*'Rou»teri. Rofltaaraot" of Lb. Union 

TBNP^ clab - Proprlttor.— Tb. TablM prorl 
dad with all tbo belleeoi*. of tbo ataaaa. 

aarOP8TBRg Ilf SVBBT 6 ,r TfLB. toSkal 



JOHN £. LDMSDEN, 

WBOLBXALE AND RETAIL 
BOTOBBR, and d.ol.r in 
lMaUhmericae maita. lull yo. e> 
OOOIDBNTAL MARKET (Bo'.Ur 
■ trMt aid.). 



alr-Orrl.rfl.nllrtt.ri and nrompfiy fill.d. Good" 
deUTrerod fro. w all pane oi tb. olty. ooll ml 



AL8WBT MOROABSTEKl 

Fa.b onablo Hair D.i.am ul 

. BatbiDK Batabbll.bm.at, Ho. O 

Mh.cnait at., mur Alark.l. Oop- 
■ BliadiDr, bmO UcsbiE 



$30! 



$30! 




CUSTOMKR8 ARK NOT ALLOWED Tp 
wear on' enlts anleis made up in tho BEST 
S1YLE sad PERVEOT FITo. 

L&NCCSTER, 625 WASHINGTON STREET 

dftS) Oi*tX Msialre'i Opern ITnmr. rim 



Spectacles my Specialty! 



o. 3vnjr-.rjETA, 

OPTIOIAW, 
SOS Uontgomery Rtrcet, Uuh Block. 



j 023 if 



Ban Francisco. 



.a in nnn T ° anyprrson 

BCI1WURI2R. Professor of Or'St 

Myitarie* She cares sioknoai sftei 
reoovorr i* hop*?lo.i», sod pivoi cor> 
DO all ft. train, of itfn. 
ilnanls Tallsinans for 
love, trood lack, and »l«o suoinu" yovjr "irl.'i'lnil. 
Fee, »l aod upward. OtBon. So. H2:t vTaablngtoo 
atreet, bet wii'-n Htockton and Uupotn,, balowths 
Oboroh, for a shnrt, time only. js4 tl 




A POPULAR 

Place of Amusement 

FOR "AT.^ 

OLD ESTABLISHED AND DOING A GOOD 
buainsss, aa tbe books will show. Reason for 
selling, tbo proprietor bus other ongajromenta that 
be has to fuliil. 
afcf*- Apply i.i Fioaqo OlTlee. Jntitf 



FASHION RESTAURANT, 
fA*y THIRD BTR&Er, NEAR 
fdrreJHow.rd. Thn-e sia%re Fron. h 
Ui.hes, 25 cents. The dvapo-t end 
Beat Rustaoranr. in the city. Parties - 
rooming in the neiKhborbood will ' 
find thM boose conifortsble and quiet- ja8 \a 



E. PARDINI, 

NO. 'jao WASHINGTON BTRERT, 
(ftbove tbe Plaza), San Francisco. 
Boots end Shoos made to order In thi< 
bestFrenoUatyU _The ume resdp.made 
alwricB on bsno. no2S .tin 



ACADEMIC PARISIENNE FRENCH BOARD- 
ING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

FIOR YOllXa LADlffS, OONDUOTBD BY 
MMK. FoRSTKR, at* Hollar .ireVl. ...r 
Lesvenwortb, S.a Frsnoiaeo, j»4 2w 



MADAME LEROY 

HAS JUST KKOBIVBD FROM PARIS AN 
oleum t aaaortment of Bonnsta snd Roonrt 
Hats, she invites the lsofe of cno«l t«ate to rill 
~~d sae ybflrc, s\ No. tttS.^ QViB BTRgET, 



STAPLETON, HATTER, 

de25] iat KEARNY STREET. "In. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Savings and Loan Society, 

OIU CLAY STREET. 

a»- A Illvldi'ml, frcp nf Federal Tax, 

of Tsd per c^qt, per annum on all At posit for the 
six months ending December 31st 1871, has beep de- 
clared, payable immediately. By order of tbe 
Board of Directors. 
jslO *w CYRUS "W". OARMANY. Secretary 



BEWARE! 

CMTTZENS AND STRANGERS ARE HEREBY 
-Snotitiect to avoid that "one horse stum" at 

lVo 3 l»'ccond Street, 

commonly called tha 

American Star Shirt Depot. 

By order of the proper Authorities]. 



HOLIDAY PRESENTS! 



Fine Gold-mounted EYE GLASSES. Rich Pearl 
and Gilt, OPERA (iLASrsiCS, retailed nt, vhoWnln 
priotio, ranRiuK from $1(1, *IVA fl5. Good Pluiu 
Upira GlaasSH toUl lion $.% $U, $7 M. 

O. MVLLER, OptlQUUI, 

3SOS Mnntiiiiiiiiiry street, 
de!2 Rugb Home Block, Sao Prano 



ASTROLOGY. 



® 



be found at No. 83.". Pacific- Btreo*. between - 
Stockton snd Powell He oaes sll kind, of witch' 
craft, ouroa all diseaieB and spells, oanses love, re- 
turns anyt hlng that is lost, stoleu. or run aivay. and 
cures drunkards from drinking He will (rfvo love 
and luck to all who want it. Don't forg"t to rali 
and see him. ii-13 im 



Dr. Zeile's New Russian.Turkish 

ROMAN BATH * HOUSE, 

FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 

No. S«S Pacific street. 

T'HE BEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS Es- 
tablishment of tbe kind, either in Europe or 
America. Convenient and sepsrste spnrtmeats. 
Bathing by Steam, by Hot Air. and by Plain or 
Medicatert Watora. Suites of rooms io the fame 
building for privife patisota. 



MMK. GARTER 0LAlRV0Y r - 
ANT, No. 4 John street, one 
door from Powell, bet,Paciflu and 
Jackson, pays oartioular attention in 
locating Mines, and can be consulted 
on Ln« suits and tbo various rela- 
tions of life. The Madams oao bs 
consulted by letter or lock of hair. 





D. MENHES'S RED LION 

SALOOiN, 31» Commercial at., 
heL Bftttery sod Front, where be 
will serve a HOT LUNCH be- 
tween the hours of 11 sod 1 p.m. ; 
> tlso ihe choice* t Wines snd Lfq- 
a and Porta r always on draaghc. 



FIRST, .ANNUAL 

Clearance Sale 

....or.... 

BOOTS 1 SHOES! 

BOOTS ! SHOES ! 

FOR THIRTY MATS ONLY. 

EVERYBODY SHOULD AVAIL THUll- 
selves of tbis opportunity, ami purcliase thotr 
stock of BOOTH and aHOtS tor the rainy seaxon. 

at. Ulse- 

LAIHKV WEAR. Nolan's wbero 

French Kid Button Boots $4 <0 $7 O'l 

French Kid ^collol?-'(lp Root* It St. -t i r> 

Kreneti Pox Button Boots, only 3 I)'. 4 Ml 

French t.'alf Dread Bon's, bigb cat.... 'i -Vi :t ftO 

Heivt Kid Boots for Winter wear 2 Sfl IM 

Kid Fox Scollop V-iiip Balmorals 1 IS 3 mi 

hid Fox Bttlrnoriilfl, only., I ,MI 'I SO 

Kid Fox Double Sole Kdlmorata 1 7, 1 . 3 HI) 

Extra Hi eh Out Ualf Boot,*., only '2 HI) 8 SO 

English LastinirGaltnrB. Double Sole. 1 ?fi . BO 

Kid Slfrnnr.-'. ^1 ; I'm- French Kid.. .. 1 .MJ 2 10 

MiBBes' Kid But I on Bontu 2 SO 3 SO 

Miaeor,' O'blo I olo Kid F.-x Halmoruls 1 W '. M 

Misseu' Double Sole Calf Shoes 1 |W 2 DO 

Obildren-aFineOalf Sbo^s, only . M I ..'. 

Children's B^etDcu'ilo (Juttou Bo^ts. 1 75 2 ,V» 

children's Mowed Top ivhblo Ooat*. , . I it, 2 00 
Ubildrcu'a Coppfr-Too, "Co.; Screwed 

Calf lOfl I 53 

Infanta' Shoe*, lie , 2/io., SOo. and 78 

U Aits' French Calf Hand-Sewed Cus- fi3J' 

tom-made Boots c, 00 I" tm 

Cents' Ftem.li Screwed Boots 5 (10 ' im 

Genta'Tap Sole .Screwed Boots 6 00 7 M 

Gents' Calf PeeKed Boor*, only 2 -SO 4(0 

Cents' Kip Bnotp, $i, $2 BO and 3 (n 4 ISO 

Gents' Double Sole Screwed Boots 3 Ii') ft 00 

OenLo' Oongrijay Gaiters, $1 and $1 BO ; 

Sewed 2 00 3 00 

Gpnt-.' Rubber Bo^t«. only... 4 00 KM 

Gents' French Sorewert Guitars 3 .VI :> 00 

Gents' BrogsnK, $1 1$, fl 50; screwed. 2 00 [31 d ' 

Gents' Bore wed Oxford Ties 2 Htl 3 00 

Boys' screwed Sbouf, fl 00; Oxi'd T ies 1 75 2 50 
Thousands of other Bargains at 

Nolan's Mammoth Shoe Store, 

Noa. II and SO Third street. 

a&'Doo't foiffit tbe place, first Shoe Store from 
Market atroet.. Nucleus Building. de28 tf 




F. PYAT'S 

BUMAN 



HAIR 



494 Kearny street. 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

■W-N. B.— Wigs b^rod for Theatrical pnrpotei 
and Mftsqueradu Bulls, dctlm 



QUINCY HALL 

Clothin er ^Emporium, 

SVt anU S4I> Wiiililnu-'ni street. 
SAN FKAJV CISCO. 

Great Reduction of Prices for the 
Holidays! 

SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS** 
made of the host materials iiDd fitted " 
as if made to order, at prices ranging j 
from _ _ 

SlO to 8413, 
Gents' FURNISHING GOODS, Hosiery, 
Trunks, Valieef, Traveling _ Satchels, etc., on sate 
at the lowest prices. ■t'-Oall and be convinced. 
P. F. MOBItHAltnT. |de4 Im] T. O. BILTT. 



PIANOS Iffffl! PIANOS 

A LAHGK ASSOR dlN'T OF 

Grands i\ui\ TJprijflitSs 

A. BORD, Paris, jast reotivod, 

FROM ItsBOO TO WBOO UrWAKDS, 

ALL WARRANTED. 

HANDEL HOUSE MUSIC STORE, 

New Montgomery street, near Howard. 
Also, a laage assortment of Sheet Music, Musics 
In-trumeota, Fancy Goods, etc : delStjsl 



FRENCH CORSETS. 

MME. PONS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 
P«ri*ian L.diea' Underwear. FRENCH COR- 
SETS of all prices sod qafttit.es, ready mad" ood 
to order. No. 6S1 SACRAMENTO BPkBET, 
below Kaftniy. jallm 



P. UESENFEI.D, 

MANUPAOTURKR OF BIL- 
liard Table,, ST1 MARKET 
STK8ET, below Seoood, Ban 
Kranciaoo. Sole Alfoot for Phe- 
lan A Oollard.r'a Patent Billiard Tabloa anrl Haw 
Inaprored flaT.lt. Wire! Coebioog P.teoled Mi 




m?mMm s 



__',ST.l 



ASTROLOGY. 

FOR INFORMATION IN REGARD TO » •, 
all the affairs of life be sure snd consult,-*^ 
PROFESSOR DAHM, the most popular of S% 
Astrologer... at No. OS 1 California street, above 
Kaaru.. warn 



Pioneer Shirt Manufactory, 

Ho. H»7 KEABXT STREET, 
ADjorama tsb Wkzd Srwiss Uacbtxt. Stokx. 

ENTLFMEN'S SHi[RT8 MADE TO ORDER 

,.' and dta ATnarantesd. Onr ropatttlon tor 
.ualriag PKBrBfT-PITTIHO IHIRTM 
to ordar is wall known. Gsnte'Ftuiu'ihlofGooda 



G E 



,82 «.roa»nt 81. and W« WaHuafrton Et 
Below MonuromoTT ELck- 



THURSDAY JAN UARY 17, 1372 



F.IA30 ON THE CALA^PAGIflC nAILROAD. 

FI9ABO 1. tboroogitiy JLtrlbeted e». 
e r 4»i on the cur. of the C*tlfornH» f*. 
elfle Railroad, lea^tug Mttry«v"le for 
VaUe.1 > o«d «»» FraucUco »t 1 o'eloek 

r. m. / 

flBARO OH THE QAUAHO BOATS. 

SOO " PUuro." »™ autrlbnled on the 
Oakland Ferry bout- every afternoon, 
m »-t!r unions the P^ienjer. arriving b, 
t *» great Overland Train. 

FIGARO ON THE VAUSJO BOAT. 

moo "Flgaroa" are dlatrlbated every 
d.iy among the passenger* an the Steamer 
C-»v>ltal, on her afternoon trip from 
Vallejo to ihi- city. 

Answeri to Correspondent*. 

Epicube— If y^a are detarminsi to eat a 
pelicin, doa' t try it boiled. 

Christian— Before trying to convert your- 
Japanese friend to your religion, perhaps 
you bad bett.-r study bis and compare the 
two. 

Mabt Jane— Swinging a fowl round and 
round puts it to Bleep, but we would not 
advise you to try tint niathod with the 
baby. 

Benedict.— We dcta't sea why you should 
quarrel with Jenkins bacause he said ha 
"thought your wife was one of ths prettiest 
and niodst women in the world." Don't 
you think ao too ? 

Aiivteub.— Yes, nitrate of silver will 
black your faoe nicely for your minstrel en- 
tertiinmsnt. You naed not bj afraid of the 
black coming off like burnt-cork. 

HisTOBicus.— You are right. Tlie Black 
Prince was a oataral blonds. 

Spelling School— "Bladgia," ''blug- 
gin," "bleudgiun," and "bloodgin" are all 
wrong. "Bludgeon" ia the correct spelling. 

SoBirruas Scholar— The Town Crier of 
the News Latter is incorreot in saying that 
ilethuselah died of dyspspsia. He was 
drowned by the flood as you may ascertain 
by consulting your biblo and making a cal- 
culation. 

Bashful Youth— '-Is it improper for a 
young man to kiss a ladies' hand?" 

Decidedty so: your sense of propriety 
will *uia you, if you don't have it modified. 
If the laly bad, no cheek the case would 
be different, but we fe*r that you are the 
■one who lacks cheek ; plenty of cheek and 
plenty of lip are indispensible in such cases. 

Naturalist — Crocodiles cry and shed 
tears. Whales blubber and give oil. Alli- 
gators are not the sanis tribe as horseshoes. 
Tailors' geese and hattera' ducks inhabit 
the hottest climates. They make their Deal 
in the sand, and wait until their eggs are 
moulded, when ttey are hatohed by hot pigs 
Fanning over them. 



OOO fairs ut docks, 
At ail prices,*'. tae What Cheer Laundry. » 

Airs . C. CooK, 

First Premium Hair Jewelry, 51? Montgomery 
street, San Francisco. i 

A Word 10 Strangera. 

The best acd cheapest restaurant In the city 
la the Delmonico Restaurant, 41 Second street, 
where first-class coolnand the best of every 
thing In the market are 10 be found. x 



It Is Perfectly Astonishing 

How beautifully and quickly they do washing 
at the What Ohetr Laundry. Clothes received 
"before 8 a.m. returned the Bame evening if de- 
sired. ^^^^^^ x 

WskShlxiar Returnea in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Ohaer 
Xiaandry. 

Oyster Trade, 

The oyster trade in California is assuming 
gigantic proportions. Emerson Corvllle. of the 
bridle Rock, 410 Pine street, furnishes from 
his own oyster bfds at San Bruno millions of 
oyf*ers to all part* of the Pacidc Ooast. His 
Eastern transplanted oysters havo a fame which 
haB extended all over th» continent, and the 
' Saddle Bock" is known everywhere. q 

A. Ploasnnt Liocatlon. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect the hne suites of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv fine one and is wel 
lighted and ventilated. 

Club House Sausages. 

A well-made richly seasoned sausage, Is an 
almost unknown dainty in California. Epi- 
cures who are posted, get none trat Bunker's 
■Club House sausages at 74 and 75 California 
Market. 



Smoking. 

In an article on the medical aspects of 
Bmoking tobacco, in the Food Journal, Dr. 
E. B. Gray asks: 

la smoking injurious" This isanevery- 
dav question apt to be put by patients to 
thoir doctors. Like most broad questions of 
the hind, it involves far too many considera- 
tions to admit of being answered by a plain 
yes or no. A medical man who has long 
been a modorato smaker, and watched the 
effect of the habit on himself, and others, 
here offers what he believes to be tha tnn 
answer to the,question. 

AgatoB* moderate smoking in a healthy 
person who enjoys it, not a single argument 
has yet been advanced. Perhaps the most 
plausible of them is this: That every smo- 
ker daily imbibes a small quantity of tobacco 
oil and nicotine; and, as these substances 
taken by themselves in the pure concentra- 
ted- state and in large doses are highly poi- 
sonous, therefore every habitual smoker, is, 
slowly poisoning himself. Just as reasona- 
ble is it to condemn all alooholio drinks, 
such as wine, beer, etc. As pernicious, be- 
cause a draft of pure alcohol will nearly, or 
quite kill a man; or to condemn tea or coffee 
as dangerous drinks, because their native 
principles, theine, and caffeine, taken alone 
and in large doses are poisonous. One of 
the best established truths in medical sci- 
ence is that the same physiological agent' 
according to the dosa given may produce 
effects which differ not merely in degree, but 
in kiod. The idea of small dooes of tobacco 
or any such agent, slowly accumulating the 
system and at length producing the effect of 
a Bingle large doce, is a priori absurd aod 
also contradicted by experience. 

Bo much, and often so much nonsense, is 
prated about the evils of tobacco that Its 
virtues rarely get a hearing, and yet the lat- 
the are many the great. To quiet nervnua 
unrest; to soothe a ruffled temper; to favor 
calm and impartial thought; to steady and 
clear— not cloud— a confused over-worked 
brain; to Tcouoteraat the effects of physical 
exhaustion— these are just tbe things which 
tobacco does, and, it cm effect these ends 
safely and pleasantly, who shall deny it a 
place among God's good gifts to men? 

Contnmlnatng Sins. 

One of the good Btories in tho life of 
Young, the tragedian, recently published in 
London, is that of a farmer's wife whose 
pond had been used by some Baptists for tho 
immersion of their converts. Hearing of it 
she was very indignant, and vowed that the 
intruders should be kept off iu the future. I 
hain't no idea, she said, of their coming and 
leaving all their nasty sins behind them in 
my water. The sense of moral propriety in 
a pond, and of its being rendered unfit for 
its normal use by such contamination, is 
very finely brought out in this saying. 

Evil Effect From Heavy Ear-RiHga 

Many ladies have mined the shape of their 
ears by weaving heavy, massive ear-rings, 
wh'ch not only spoil the Bhape of the ear by 
elongating it, but also produce headache 
and pain in the face. 

£»aciflc Bidden Treasure Co. 

Brig Laura will sail f- r Cocos Island on tbe 
25th. In consequence of unforeseen delay and 
nrcessary expenses tonrake the expedition com- 
plete, the Trustees of tbe Pacific Hidden Treas- 
ure Company will sell a few shares at $400 per 
share. Immediate application must be made. 
Office, lf6 Montgomery 6treet, Room 4. H. 0. 
Howard, Secretary. Q 

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The Loxarlca of JCife. 

The nan who does not oare what he eats, is 
worth much as a man. Tbe greatest noeta in 
the world have 'glorified good living. ThebeBt 
intellects in San Fraooisco are nourished by the 
terrapin Btewa, artistically prepared Eastern and 
California orstora, or&ter omlettes and other del- 
icacies served under tho aDle supervision of the 
genial Winaot. and Charley Hacks, formerly of the 
Antelope and Bay Oyster Saloon, at tho famo 
Pacific Oysters Saloon, No. J37 Bash street a^a e 
the Alhambra. Xt is a favorite resort of epioare 



Tlmt Turtle- 
Lew Bowman runs a turtle tub in front 
of his establishment. Cincioi-.ati. Some day3 
ou may see a crowd around the tub from 
morning until night, and you may be sure 
there is a turtle in ii. The other day we 
stopped to look at his turtlcship, and a man 
took us mysteriously aside and wbij